https://login.openathens.net/api/vav1/<domain-id> (read only, and high availability e.g. for user authentications, password resets, etc)
This object is used to encode information about a failed authentication attempt.
A code indicating the reason for the authentication failure. This may be one of
A human-readable message describing the failure. This may be used on a UI to provide a reason for the failure to the user.
API Key Authentication
API keys are temporary or long-lived authentication tokens that are associated with an OpenAthens account. They have exactly the same permissions as the account to which they are associated. They avoid the need for the account password to be sent on every API request.
The API key.
The type of key. This may be one of:
The expiry date/time for the key.
Using a temporary API key
Any request that is not authorised will fail with an HTTP 403 status code.