Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 11:06 AM #186136Ajit VasudevanParticipant
I am trying to create/generate the auth token, but I am getting the following error from the https://api.xbrl.us/oauth2/token end point
“error_description”: “Bad Client”
I checked the client ID and secret multiple times.
The following is the raw body (masked client id and secret):
Any assistance would be much appreciated.
Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 1:09 PM #186139David TaurielloKeymaster
Hi Ajit – what are you using to POST – ? – Insomnia, Postman or another testing client, or are you writing code in a language – ?
There are instructions for Insomnia posted at the end of the PDF documentation.
If you’re working in a language, check out the resources for PHP, Python and R linked in the list of free resources on the XBRL Data Community. Briefly, you need to POST body, and encoding to the token URL, then use the access_token as “Bearer $token” with your query.
If you’re still having an issue, post back and share the code you have and language you’re using.
Sunday, September 27, 2020 at 4:53 PM #186198Ajit VasudevanParticipant
Thanks David. It works now. The issue was with the username and password
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