Access tokens that are shared with all processes in a process-based app, or restricted to use within a form-based app. Use application level access tokens if only process designers or runtime app users for a particular application should access an external system — for example, a Box account that is only used to share files within a small team.
If you create an access token from any location other than the Manage Center — for example, from a process activity or form control — it is saved as an application level access token.
Access tokens are not application resource. They are stored and managed seperately from applications. When you roll back an application version, it does not have any effect on access tokens. This includes both global access tokens and application level access tokens.
For more information, refer to What Data Is Deleted When I Delete an App or Application Resource?.
Video: Configure Access Token for Trial SQL Server Database
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