After you have added an OAuth1 profile to the request, you need to configure it. This topic describes the settings and menus you use to configure OAuth 1.0 authorization.
To use OAuth1 authorization in requests, you need to specify the Access Token and Token Secret (access token secret) values.
Retrieving OAuth1 Access Token
If you do not have the access token and secret, click Get Token. This will invoke the dialog for configuring the access token retrieval settings:
||The identification string for the client application. It is generated by the service provider, that is, by the API from which you will get data.
||The secret string for the client application. This value is generated by the service provider.
|Temporary Token URL
||The URL used for getting the access token (also called request token URL).
||The URL of the authorization server.
|Access Token URL
||The URL used for getting the access token.
||The redirect URL which is used for returning the access token.
|Get Access Token
||Click this button to retrieve the access token.
Fill the appropriate data and click Get Access Token.
OAuth1 Advanced Options
The Advanced button opens the dialog, where you can specify how the access token is sent:
||The access token is sent as a request header.
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||The access token is sent as a query parameter.