1. Go to Authentication > Integration > Authentication API Applications.
    • To create a new application, click Add Authentication Application.
    • To modify an existing application, click the Application Name.
  2. In the Authentication Application window, provide information for each field.
    For more information, see the following table.
    Field Description
    Name The name of the authentication application.
    Description An optional description of the authentication application.
    URL The URL of the authentication application.
    Additional Allowed Origins Enter any number of trusted origins to enable cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) support for the authentication API endpoint.
    Once configured, client-side web applications from the trusted origins are allowed to make requests to the authentication API endpoint. For more information about CORS, see W3C's recommendation on Cross-Origin Resource Sharing.
    Sample entry Expected behavior
    https://www.example.com CORS requests originating from https://www.example.com are allowed.
    https://www.example.com:8080 CORS requests originating from https://www.example.com:8080 are allowed.
    https://www.example.com:* CORS requests originating from https://www.example.com:<any port> are allowed.

    Given this sample entry, a port number is required in the Origin request header.


    While using the wildcard character provides the convenience of allowing multiple origins with one entry, consider adding individual origins to limit CORS requests to a list of trusted hosts.

    Click Add to save an entered origin. Repeat to add multiple origins.

  3. To keep your configuration, click Save to or click Cancel to discard any changes made.