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SCIM2 API

  • Version: 1.0
  • Host: api.zoom.us
  • Protocols: https
  • Accepts: application/json
  • Responds With: application/json

SCIM2 (System for Cross-domain Identity Management) is a specification designed to automate the provisioning of user identities across various cloud-based applications and services using SSO services and Identity Providers. The Zoom SCIM2 API provides support for user provisioning through the User resource. Each SCIM2 API endpoint has a rate limit of 1 request/second per account.

SCIM uses HTTP methods that is compatible to REST architecture syle. The payloads require schema definitions, attributes, and values for request. Also using the SCIM API, you can use additional features such as Attribute Filters and Search criterias. While using the SCIM APIs, set the value of the Accept header as “application/scim+json”.

Prerequisites

Authentication

The SCIM2 API supports both JWT and OAuth authentication paradigms.

JWT

To use JWT, create a JWT app on the Zoom App Marketplace and use the generated token.

OAuth 2.0

To use Oauth 2.0, create an OAuth app on the Zoom App Marketplace and select SCIM2 as the scope for your app. Next, generate an OAuth token for your app and start making SCIM2 API calls.