Our website Developer (Drupal) website, needs to interact with our InfusionSoft instance.
I have an old app in place, just in case we ever started this integration. We are now starting this integration.
I want him to use his own account.
Its not clear to me the pattern here. I have shared the
client_secret from the My Apps area. I have also generated an
Authorization Code following the
API Access link on the My Apps listing.
However, my developer is unable to make any API calls. He is first trying to get tokens (access tokens and refresh tokens), but is unable to successfully call the api.
Since there is no
refresh_url in the Grant Access screen off the My Apps listing, I don’t know what to tell my developer to put in. If he leaves it blank, it fails validation. Putting in a value, resutls in 401 / no access error.
Its not clear to me what the advised pattern is here.
I do not want to create an actual user account in my InfusionSoft instance for my developer.
I have created an app, specifically for the website (Drupal) and InfusionSoft integration.
I have generated an
Authorization Codeby using the
client_secretfrom app referenced in #2 above
yet, we cannot seem to connect the dots and get the Drupal / PHP code to actually make REST API calls ? Like fetch tokens.
any thoughts as to what I am missing ?
Thanks in advance,
Here is where I got the
Authorization Code for with the
client_id coming from the app mentioned in #2 above.