I’ve made a collection and added the oath2.0 authorization, this works.
I’ve added a request and set the authorization to inherit from the parent, but when I run the request I get the error:
“message”: “Access token is empty.”,
When I change the authorization to “Bearer token” and copy paste the token from the collection, the request works.
What am I missing?
The request is a simple MS Graph request: https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me
This is the authorization on collection level:
And the structure:
Is it possible to share a screenshot of how you have configured your auth (changing sensitive values to xxxxx or something like that) … and also of the collection / folder structure you are using?
Sure, I’ve added it to my original post.
At the top of your screenshot, above where it says “token expired”, are there are “available” tokens?
It’s been a little while since I played with this, but if there are no available tokens, I think you have to refresh the token at the top, then once a token exists it should auto-refresh when you send requests.
It said expired because I left it for a while, even when I press refresh and use token, the request still gives me the same error message.
In the headers tab of the ‘mailFolders’ API call, do you see the token being passed in the header?
It should be greyed out as it would be an auto-generated header, but you should see the key/value pair.
This might help… (Auth is 2 minutes in)
This is what I see in the headers:
I do see the token in the params:
The video didn’t help.
Found the solution, “Add auth data to” was set to “Request URL”
Once I changed it to “Request headers” it works like a charm.
@w4dd325 Thanks for the help!
Glad you resolved your issue