List Applications Assigned to User
List applications assigned to a specific user in Okta.
Choose a method to filter search results:
To learn how to use the Stream Records option and set up a helper flow to return a large number of records, see Stream matching records with a helper flow.
|Unique identifier of the user.
Specify the number of records to stream.
Appears when Stream Matching Records is selected from the Result Set option.
|Click Choose Flow to browse and select a helper flow to which the search results will be streamed, then click Choose to confirm.
Optionally, click the empty field under Click or drop here to create and add custom extensible fields that pass data to the helper flow. These fields are added as key/value pairs under the State output object in the helper flow.
|List of the applications assigned to a user.
|List of Objects
|Unique ID for the application.
|Unique name for the application.
|User-defined display name for application.
|Status of the application.
|Timestamp of the last group update.
|Date & Time
|Timestamp when the group was created.
|Date & Time
|Access settings for application.
|Error Redirect URL
|Custom error page for this application.
|Login Redirect URL
|Custom login page for this application.
|Enable self-service app assignment.
|Visibility settings for application.
|Displays specific appLinks for the application.
|Automatically signs in to the app when the user signs into Okta.
|Auto Submit Toolbar
|Automatically sign in when the user lands on the sign-in page.
|Hides this app for specific end-user applications.
|Enabled application features.
|List of Strings
|Valid JSON schema for specifying properties (only available to OAuth 2.0 client applications).
|Request Object Signing Algorithm
|Type of JSON Web Key Set (JWKS) algorithm that must be used for signing request objects.
|Authentication mode of application.
|Credentials for the specified SignOn Mode.
|Settings for application.
|Discoverable resources related to the group.
Specified the number of streamed records.
This field displays when