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bug in http get client

when i used  http get client operator i noticed that when we set the HTTP auth as system account the result i received is al;ways http 401 or some other http error.  however if i key int he username and apssword directly in the operation the http autentication is always sucessful. Had anyone seen similar probelm before?

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Re: bug in http get client

what Http Get are you using, v1 or v2?

Can you provide some screenshots of your usage?

Is the system account set with the same username and password?

 

Andrei Vasile Truta
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Re: bug in http get client

hi Andrei,

We are using V2 of the http get operation. i always get this error but when i directly key in username and password instead of using system ID then it works. 

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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: bug in http get client

I am using the same and it does not reproduce - view screenshots below.

It can be something in the way the system account is used - make sure you are using username and password for the relevant fields.

It migth be something in the endpoint - if you do not succeed let me know so we could debug it further on.Screenshot_48.pngScreenshot_49.png

 

 

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Re: bug in http get client

hi Andrei, let me try out again and update the post. 

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