RE: TBA Authentication Credentials

Hi I’ve been trying to use token based authentication to authenticate to the SOAP API

I have made enabled SOAP webservices, created an integration record, and created a token for the integration record  yet I still get a 400 error.

here is my request in postman

RE: TBA Authentication Credentials

this is what it looks like in the header of my post request to the gettoken endpoint:

OAuth realm=”myaccountid”,oauth_consumer_key=”key from netsuite”,
oauth_token=”token id from netsuite “,oauth_signature_method=”HMAC-SHA256″,
oauth_timestamp=”1640727651″,oauth_nonce=”0is2I5BowJi”,oauth_version=”1.0″,
oauth_callback=”http%3A%2F%2Flocalhost%3A%2A”,
oauth_signature=”my calculated signature”

 

What am I missing?

Am I making a request to the right endpoint?

grace_m Rookie Asked on December 28, 2021 in SuiteTalk.
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3 Answers

No.The entire point of the The Three-Step TBA Authorization Flow is to get an access token, you already have it.

You should be going through the Token-Based Authentication Details to continue learning how to use the tokens.

Advanced Answered on December 29, 2021.
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