I am trying to use local node client thats available at https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-learn/assets/aem-guides_token-authenticat...
I see that we have a params object which is expected to have `developerCredentials` field:
while developing locally, I wanted to know how can I connect to AEM that's running on localhost:4502. Do I need to have local access token generated from cloud for this as well since I am just using `localhost` server and nothing from AEM cloud.
To connect local AEM , you can use the AEM login credentials when you make request.
But if you are using AEM publish instance then you can connect without any credentials.
I didn't completely get you when you say login credentials. I have set login credentials as admin and admin, now I want to make a request to a given graphQL endpoint,
do I keep it as `Bearer username:password` in Authorization or should I do something else?
Currently, I am only running the AEM JAR file locally on my system, I want to connect to the same and utilise GQL endpoints. For that can you tell me what I need to do, if I want to make request from postman?
Hi @shivam-rally , What are you trying to achive here. Do you want to perform any remote operation in AEM. You can perform using postman using basic authrntication(user/password).
check my comment here-
Or if you are interested, Check this video tutorial -