Orchestrator API definition (Swagger) or documentation wrong

The documentation of the orchestrator cloud api (https://docs.uipath.com/orchestrator/v0/reference/consuming-cloud-api) has the following example of creating an authentication token:

POST https://account.uipath.com/oauth/token
“grant_type”: “refresh_token”,
“client_id”: “[Client Id]”,
“refresh_token”: “[User Key]”

Which is quite different from the swagger example:

POST ​/api​/auth​/oauth​/token
“grant_type”: “None”,
“client_id”: “string”,
“client_secret”: “string”,
“scope”: “string”

While the first example is working fine, I don’t know what to do with the second one, as I couldn’t figure out what the “scope” parameter was.

Generally was it for me not possible to use any of the swagger definitions. Are they up to date?

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