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OAuth 2 token caching in PO 7.5 REST Receiver (SAP Note 2405166)

Sep 01, 2017 at 09:47 AM

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Has anyone out there implemented the new functionality described in the note (new grant type support)? If so can you tell me whether it supports token caching? Or is there a new access request to the OAuth server every time a message is processed?

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Manoj K Sep 01, 2017 at 09:55 AM
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Hi Chris,

The token is generated for every new request you send here is blog for the new grant type.

Br,

Manoj

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Hi Manoj

Many thanks for the response. I had seen that blog previously, but much like SAP note 2405166 it doesn't have much say one way or the other about caching, so I am trying to get a definitive answer.

Does your answer come from direct experience of the functionality?

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Chris

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Hi Chris,

No, Unfortunately didn't get a chance to work on OAuth using SAP's Rest adapter. But yes we have several interfaces using Advantaco's Rest functionality but that too doesn't give the caching option . Can you put up this query on that blog comment section as it will be hepful for many.

Br,

Manoj

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Thanks Manoj

Good idea to post as comment, I have done that. If I find an answer by other means (looking to try it out myself if I can) then I will post it here also.

Thanks

Chris

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Just to follow up - it seems Manoj is indeed correct, and at present a new OAuth request is generated for each message.

Thanks

Chris

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