Token based authentication azure

Thomas Moeller 21 Reputation points

I am looking for a sample for token based authentication, either from an APIM endpoint to a Netsuite backend server (for restlet) or from a LogicApp. All the samples I can find are referring to OAuth 2.0, but the backend only allows token based authentication / OAuth 1.0 (that's how it is called when I can set it up in Postman).

Any help/hint appreciated ...

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  1. Pramod Valavala 14,631 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Thomas Moeller You can leverage the send-request policy to make any kind of requests, in your case fetch the token. This OAuth 2.0 sample (I suppose you are referring to this too), the same should strategy to work with just updating the request being made to match what NetSuite expects (their documentation might include the details).

    Apart from this, there is no built-in policy that can leverage OAuth 1.0 (or even 2.0, hence the policy sample).

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