A default feature with the BankID OIDC Provider is that it employs Access tokens for accessing protected resources regarding the end user in question. These protected resources are stored in resource servers which have different properties and features. This page is intented as an overview of these resource servers, with some reference points to the APIs used to request data from them, as well as some considerations regarding user involvement and scopes.
|When performing electronic signing, this is where the order is created, stored, and retrieved after end user completes.
|The user interacts with BankID GUI for signing the documents.
|Is triggered by including the
sign scope in the authorize request. See Get started with electronic signing for more on this.
Additional information about the authenticated end user.
|Consent for sharing each requested data point
|For some scopes (
phone) the user has to register data points with BankID the first time (see user experience).
nnin scope is always available given that the merchant has legal basis for treating this.
|Datapoints related to the anti money laundering service
|See AML API
|Datapoints related to the fraud data service
|Currently only available for issuing banks
|Operational status of BankID netcentric and BankID on mobile
|See operational status