I'm not sure if I am understanding the API access correctly, so could somebody let me know on this one please.
We are building an in-house app that makes use of some of the API's, specifically EOL and BUG. Currently we are using the CCO account of one of the developers to create the "app" registration on the API Portal to get the connection credentials for our app, and this all works well.
However, are these credentials then linked to this specific CCO user? In other words, if this CCO account is deleted, will our application access to the API cease to work as well?
I'm assuming this will be the case, in which case, how does one make an application that accesses the Support API's not rely on an individuals CCO account? Is there the concept of a "service" account like in Windows OS?
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