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http client origin failed Oauth 2.0 validation

It works when i use postman to get access token but i failed to use http client as a origin here are the 2 screen shot am i doing something wrong? image description image description

http client origin failed Oauth 2.0 validation

It works when i use postman to get access token but token.

But i failed to use http client as a origin origin. here are the 2 screen shot shot of configuration.

am i doing something wrong? wrong?

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http client origin failed Oauth 2.0 validation

It works when i use postman to get access token.

But i failed to use http client as a origin. here are the screen shot of configuration.

am i doing something wrong?

image description image description image description image description image description image description

http client origin failed Oauth 2.0 validation

It works when i use postman to get access token.

But i failed to use http client as a origin. here are the screen shot of configuration.

am i doing something wrong?

image description image description image description image description image description image description

http client HTTP Client origin failed Oauth failing OAuth 2.0 validation

It works when i use postman to get access token.

But i failed to use http client as a origin. here are the screen shot of configuration.

am i doing something wrong?

image description image description image description image description image description image description

HTTP Client origin failing OAuth 2.0 validation

It works when i use postman to get access token.

But i failed to use http client as a origin. here are the screen shot of configuration.

am i doing something wrong?

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HTTP Client failing Support for Basic Auth in OAuth 2.0 validation

It works when i use postman to get access token.

But i failed to use http client as a origin. here are the screen shot of configuration.

am i doing something wrong?I find in Postman, there are 2 kinds of authentication for client:

  1. image descriptionSend as Basic Auth Header: If I choose this option that means the clientid:secret base64 encoded goes in the http Authorization header.. no need to put it in the body.. no purpose for it.. no need for it.. extra data in the payload for nothing in return..

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  3. Send client credentials in body: If I choose this option that means the clientid and secret go in the body not the header

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The 1st one works for my application, but I can not find any option like that in HTTP Client.

Support for Basic Auth in OAuth 2.0 validation

It works when i use postman to get access token.

But i failed to use http client as a origin. here are the screen shot of configuration.

I find in Postman, there are 2 kinds of authentication for client:

  1. Send as Basic Auth Header: If I choose this option that means the clientid:secret base64 encoded goes in the http Authorization header.. no need to put it in the body.. no purpose for it.. no need for it.. extra data in the payload for nothing in return..

  2. Send client credentials in body: If I choose this option that means the clientid and secret go in the body not the header

The 1st one works for my application, but I can not find any option like that in HTTP Client.

Support for Basic HTTP Auth in OAuth 2.0 validation2.0

It works when i use postman to get access token.

But i failed to use http client as a origin. here are the screen shot of configuration.

The grant type I am using is 'Resource Owner Password Credentials Grant' and I find in Postman, that there are 2 kinds of authentication for client:client in Postman:

  1. Send as Basic Auth Header: If I choose this option that means the clientid:secret base64 encoded goes in the http Authorization header.. no need to put it in the body.. no purpose for it.. no need for it.. extra data in the payload for nothing in return..

  2. Send client credentials in body: If I choose this option that means the clientid and secret go in the body not the header

The 1st one works for my application, but I can not find any option like that in HTTP Client.

here are the screen shot of configuration: image description image description image description image description image description