Can you provide some more detail? What are you trying to do? Which system is calling in/out to where? What version of BAO/TSO are you using?
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Thanks Greg for your prompt response. We have achieved this by calling the get method in Rest call to pass the encryption key via base64 and using post method to consume the actual services via oauth.
OK, so you've provided us with a high-level of what you're doing, but I think that for us to be able to really help, we're going to need detailed explanations and examples.
- BAO/TSO version
- BAO/TSO component being accessed by REST API
- Application REST API (and version) being accessed by BAO/TSO or ASSO/RSSO
- End goal of process/workflow
As always, code examples help too. Be sure to sanitize any sensitive information before posting.
From what I've been reading (briefly) it looks like you'd have to create a registration for your application's REST API in the ASSO/RSSO OAUTH area, and then use the ASSO/RSSO REST API to access that. I wasn't digging for details, and it's entirely possible that I am not looking at the correct things or I may completely misunderstand what you're trying to accomplish. That said, I'm sure that anyone else looking at your question will have similar questions regarding goals/outcomes and tools/methodologies in use.