[OAUTH-WG] Obtaining authorized scopes

Malla Simhachalam <mallasimhachalam@gmail.com> Wed, 23 August 2017 22:21 UTC

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Hi,

We have an OAuth token revocation specification to revoke consents from an
external/relying party with a given token. I am wondering if there's a
specification around retrieving granted scopes using a given token for
external relying party.

thanks
Malla