So, I have an application that uses app access tokens. Currently, I’ve hard-coded the access token into the app, and run a validation check periodically. If the app access token is invalid (status of 401), I generate a new token.
The application is written so that I can run separate instances of the same application, using input parameters. Because the app access token is hardcoded, this basically generates multiple app access tokens (one for each instance). Logically, I shouldn’t hard-code the token and use a file to centralize the app access token so all instances use the same token, but I haven’t gotten to it yet.
Question is (and I’ve searched for an exact number, but haven’t found one), what is the maximum number of app access tokens per client id? I know there is a limit, but I don’t know the exact number. I currently run 8 instances of my application and it’s working fine (to my knowledge).