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Hi Joel,can you elaborate what you mean by "binding the client id and client secret as well"?
I don't think there is a feature in BAW to use a client_id and client_secret to obtain an access_token and in turn use it for calling a REST API. You may have provided these client credentials for basic auth, which is not expected to work.Also, can you see the exact HTTP request sent by Postman in your browser's network view? Is there a request header "Authorization"? Does it start with Basic or Bearer?
Hi Joel,what you provide in your REST server configuration in BAW for authentication as username and password will be used in HTTP basic authentication. That is, username and password will be concatenated (separated by colon) and base64 encoded. The final HTTP request header is
Authorization: Basic ahjadhflja=