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Source code changes of the file "doc/source/admin/tokens-overview.rst" between
keystone-15.0.0.tar.gz and keystone-15.0.1.tar.gz

About: OpenStack Keystone (Core Service: Identity) provides an authentication and authorization service for other OpenStack services. Provides a catalog of endpoints for all OpenStack services.
The "Stein" series (maintained release).

tokens-overview.rst  (keystone-15.0.0):tokens-overview.rst  (keystone-15.0.1)
=============== ===============
Keystone tokens Keystone tokens
=============== ===============
Tokens are used to authenticate and authorize your interactions with the Tokens are used to authenticate and authorize your interactions with the
various OpenStack APIs. Tokens come in many scopes, representing various various OpenStack APIs. Tokens come in many scopes, representing various
authorization and sources of identity. authorization and sources of identity.
.. _authorization_scopes:
Authorization scopes Authorization scopes
-------------------- --------------------
Tokens are used to relay information about your user's role assignments. It's Tokens are used to relay information about your user's role assignments. It's
not uncommon for a user to have multiple role assignments, sometimes spanning not uncommon for a user to have multiple role assignments, sometimes spanning
projects, domains, or the entire system. These are referred to as authorization projects, domains, or the entire system. These are referred to as authorization
scopes, where a token has a single scope of operation. For example, a token scopes, where a token has a single scope of operation. For example, a token
scoped to a project can't be reused to do something else in a different scoped to a project can't be reused to do something else in a different
project. project.
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