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Problems with OAuth2 refresh token request

  • 1 March 2022
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Userlevel 3

Hi,

I am creating a new integration using OAuth2 for a connection to our application. Initial login is working but I am having an issue with the refresh token request.

I am using the web site to enter in code view Refresh Token Request.

The code I have at the moment:

const options = {
  url: 'https://my.domain/system/oauth2/refresh',
  method: 'POST',
  headers: {
    'Host': 'my.domain',
    'content-type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
    'accept': 'application/json'
  },
  body: {
    'code': bundle.inputData.code,
    'client_id': process.env.CLIENT_ID,
    'client_secret': process.env.CLIENT_SECRET,
    'grant_type': 'refresh_token',
    'redirect_uri': bundle.inputData.redirect_uri,
    'refresh_token': bundle.authData.REFRESH_TOKEN,
    'params': '{ params: "test"}'
  }
}

 

Since I can log and so view what is arriving at the host I can see that the result is that important fields are empty in the message arriving in the application:

 

attributes {
    ""uiaction"":{
    ""NEEDUID"":false,
    ""FULLURL"":""/connect.ti/system/oauth2"",
    ""MODULE"":""/inovem/webapi/oauth2.cfm"",
    ""BLOCKSPIDERS"":true,
    ""NEEDGID"":false,
    ""NEEDMEMBERSHIP"":false,
    ""ACL"":"""",
    ""ACTIONNAME"":""oauth2"",
    ""HELPTOPIC"":""auth"",
    ""URLTOKEN"":""oauth2""
    },

    ""params"":{
    ""client_id"":""***************"",
    ""refresh_token"":"""",
    ""grant_type"":""refresh_token"",
    ""params"":""{ params: ""test\""}"",
    ""code"":"""",
    ""client_secret"":""*************"",
    ""redirect_uri"":""https://zapier.com/dashboard/auth/oauth/return/**************/"",
    ""AJAXMODE"":"""",
    ""ISAJAX"":""N""
    },

    ""extrapath"":""refresh"",
    ""groupemail"":""""
}"

I have replaced the secret things with ********** in the log.

The values in refresh_token is blank!

 

 


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2 replies

Userlevel 7
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are you sure refresh token is stored in {{bundle.authData.REFRESH_TOKEN}} and not {{bundle.authData.refresh_token}} ?

in Zapier you can z.console.log(bundle.authData) (or try just returning bundle.authData) to get a better idea of the variables stored. 

Userlevel 3

Thanks I used your suggestion to dump out the bundle.authData and you are correct. Unfortunately although I changed my code it still returns an empty string.

Any ideas?