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4.0.1.88 Social Access Capabilities


Is there a way to pass the Social Access authentication token
information to back end web services so that the same session can be
used to retrieve information from the social profile? At the moment, all
I see is oauth_token and oauth_verifier in HTTP_REFERER....it would be
nice to choose to pass such items as LinkedIn's code value to the back
end for use where it can be used with same key/secret to retrieve the
info.


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Re: 4.0.1.88 Social Access Capabilities

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Re: 4.0.1.88 Social Access Capabilities


I'm not sure if this will help since it's been a couple of weeks, but
would it work for you to pass the token in a query string using the
{$access_token} variable?

http://tinyurl.com/lnvbj72


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Re: 4.0.1.88 Social Access Capabilities


Thanks, but different product and configured differently....

MatthewEhle;245607 Wrote:
> I'm not sure if this will help since it's been a couple of weeks, but
> would it work for you to pass the token in a query string using the
> {$access_token} variable?
>
> http://tinyurl.com/lnvbj72



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Re: 4.0.1.88 Social Access Capabilities


ScorpionSting;245619 Wrote:
> Thanks, but different product and configured differently....


My mistake! I saw Social Access and thought you were referring to the
new NetIQ product by that name.

It is possible to pass through SAML assertions in Access Manager, but I
don't think this can be done with OAUTH tokens. I am curious if this
might be accomplished with a data extension plugin, and I'll post back
if I can find anything like that. In any case, it seems like this would
be a great feature request.


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