Below we can see that the endpoint is configured, and the vanity url is http://localhost:4502/content/graphql/global/endpoint
The tutorial seems to be saying the correct URL to use is http://localhost:4502/content/graphql/global/endpoint.json
When I send a simple graphql request to this URL, I get this response:
Any ideas? Is it requiring some sort of authentication? If so, how do I disable it (i.e. make it public)
did you check CORS enablement from OSGI mentioned at bottom of this page https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-learn/getting-started-with-aem-headless/g...
also, look at logs, you may get some clue there as well!!
because for me it works perfectly fine.
Thanks for the reply. The tutorial you refer to has the client application do some sort of authentication, and has the admin username and password in the config:
# Use Authorization when connecting to an AEM Author environment
The crux is I want this to be public, and not require authentication (especially with user/pass) , but cant find out how to do this