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Authorization or Token retrieval in getHeader request

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Level 5

Hi Team, 

 

We are trying to pull the authorization data that we are sending as a header in postman and the endpoint URL is AC jssp link (which is dynamic server page). 

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this JSSP page we have created in Adobe campaign.

But not able to request this header parameter from the request.getHeader. 

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Rather we are able to get the data for the Accept-Language which we have given as EN as shown above in postman through the getRequest in Adobe Campaign. 

 

Requesting for an help in here on how can we request the authorization field as a request but not as a response. 

 

Thanks,
Adithya

 

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Hi, Yes we are able to resolve the issue, but as a work around, instead of using Authorization or token ; we have used the cookies to get the Authorization, which is working now.

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Community Advisor

Hello @adithyacs86 

 

Can you share the postman field screenshot?

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Level 5
Hi Manoj, I have already posted both Postman and the AC logInfo we are trying to retrieve in the initial post.

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Community Advisor
Can you try changing it to AutorizationTest and get the value? If that works then may be Authorization header is blocked on JSSP pages.

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Level 5

Hi Manoj, we tried like this :-

 

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But as you can see the log from AC "Authorization" is not showing up any data.

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Hello adithaycs, I think this is due to the web server configuration. It seems related to this post : https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-campaign-classic/iis-not-forwarding-any-heade... I tried your request and get the same result. But if I request directly the Tomcat it works. Can you try to request your server on the 8080 port and without secure https ? (=> http://yourserver-domain:8080/xxx/yourjssppage.jssp)

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Hi ,

 

Thanks for the inputs and yes we tried the same but the URL is timing out and not hitting the server. 

 

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But with https we are not getting Authorization but we are able to fetch details for Accept-Language. 

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Thanks,
Adithya

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Facing the same issue.... unable to fecth any custom header on request object??

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Community Advisor

Hi,

 

It's being filtered out by your web server, either Apache or IIS.

You can verify this by visiting Tomcat directly over port 8080.

New versions of Apache have a conf directive called CGIPassAuth, though I haven't had any luck with it.

 

Thanks,

-Jon

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Hi @adithyacs86,

Were you able to resolve this query with any of the given solutions or do you still need more help here? Do let us know.

Thanks!

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Hi, Yes we are able to resolve the issue, but as a work around, instead of using Authorization or token ; we have used the cookies to get the Authorization, which is working now.