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IG 3.5 authenctiction to to NAM 4.4.4 using OATH '

I am getting below error with IG 3.5

Access Manager configuration returned with the following error message :
'Error getting OAuth client definitions'

I would like to find out if there is a TID that explains how to set up IG 3.5 with NAM 4.4.4
I have setup NAM and I am using IDP for authentication using OAuth.I cant get the configuration right between NAM and IG going .
I would like to find out if there is a TID that explains how to set up IG 3.5 with NAM 4.4.4 .
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Re: IG 3.5 authenctiction to to NAM 4.4.4 using OATH '

On 4/3/19 8:14 AM, nkululeko wrote:
>
> I am getting below error with IG 3.5
>
> Access Manager configuration returned with the following error message
> :
> 'Error getting OAuth client definitions'
>
> I would like to find out if there is a TID that explains how to set up
> IG 3.5 with NAM 4.4.4
> I have setup NAM and I am using IDP for authentication using OAuth.I
> cant get the configuration right between NAM and IG going .
> I would like to find out if there is a TID that explains how to set up
> IG 3.5 with NAM 4.4.4 .
>
>

Greetings,
There is a document that has been written and will be added to the
ID Gov documentation page.
Did you configure for NAM to be used during the install or post?
Depending on when you selected for NAM to be used will require some
additional steps


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Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Principal Enterprise Architect
Micro Focus
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