We’ve been setting up a REST client but failed at configure the authentication. The API requires you to authenticate with a token.

The documentation of the API tells you to pass the token through the «Authorization» header with its value being for example «Token: d2f763479f703d80de0ec15254237bc651f9cdc0». Doing this in the REST Client Activity element wasn’t successfully.

So, what’s the correct way to pass the token to the API for authentication

asked 23.10.2017 at 10:08

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We have solved it. There wasn't anything wrong with the token. We had to add the HTTPS certificate described here: https://answers.axonivy.com/questions/421/import-certificate-for-https-web-service-calls

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answered 24.10.2017 at 04:39

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