Getting Started

Evance Admin APIs use the OAuth 2.0 protocol for authentication and authorisation. However, the level of support for common OAuth 2.0 scenarios is subject to the type of App you build.

To begin, you will require OAuth 2.0 client credentials. Creating your credentials will depend on whether you have a Private App, or a Public App. Using your API client credentials, your client application requests an access token from Evance. Then uses the access token to access the Evance API.

Private Apps

A private Evance app integrates with the Evance API on behalf of a single tenant account.

Public Apps

A public Evance app may integrate with Evance APIs on behalf of multiple tenants - coming soon.


Understand how Evance implements the OAuth standard to ensure your apps authenticate securely before accessing data.

Making Requests

You may access data having passed Authentication using an Access Token. Discover how to used OAuth Access Tokens with Evance's API.

Refresh Tokens

An overview of Refresh Tokens and how to use them.

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