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I would like to connect to the Field Service API. I have a username and password for the webapp. How would I get a client id and secret in order to auth via OAuth2 ( which is required by the API)?
You have to create an "Application User" and register an app in Azure Active Directory. Please look in to the below link for detailed information.
Thank you. I was able to register an application, get a client id and generate a client secret.
How can I find what URL to hit to get the token? I can't seem to find it in the docs nor in the Azure AD.
In the above response, i mentioned an URL and a sample ode is available in that URL. It's like your D365 Org.
Did you try that sample
The docs lead me here: github.com/.../confidential_client_secret_sample.py
Since I was using python and, from what I read, MSAL is replacing ADAL. The sample code worked for me. But that was for the graph application. I am having issues with getting it to work with Field Service entities.
Maybe, what I put for the “scope” and “endpoint” values are incorrect?
"scope": [ "https://admin.services.crm.dynamics.com/.default" ]
I am not getting a valid response when I do an HTTP GET with those value. Note, that I am getting a token back. But when I try to do a simple GET, I am get None as a response which leads me to believe that the token I received was invalid.
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