Allows a user to log in for OAuth authorization purposes by authenticating with an identity provider that has its own login screen, providing SSO is enabled for the OAuth Provider and the identity provider it's using. Examples: Facebook, Google. Also for LDAP users. Uses HTTP GET.
Note: there is a corresponding operation that performs the same action using HTTP POST: POST /oauth/login/ssoLogin. This operation works in the same way. For information on why you might choose one or the other, see OAuth Operations: GET or POST?
This operation works essentially the same as the corresponding POST operation. For information about using it, refer to POST /oauth/login/ssoLogin.