I understand what's going on, but we are still missing information.
Are there anymore paramaters required in your GET?
Should there be anything in the body of the GET or should it be blank?
What type of data is supposed to come back to you once you successfully authenticate?
There were several things that it expressly wanted in a very very specific format. Your scenario sounds a bit simpler, but we still need more information!
You still haven't answered my questions, either. If the dynamic code needs to be passed via the header, what is the auth token called in the header. The tag. Meaning, does it say Header> Security_Code="[TOKEN]" or Token="[TOKEN]" or FatCat="Token"?
You don't just put the auth code in a header without it being labeled. For example, in my situation, the token was labeled "Security:
I am facing the same issue as your's . Could please share how did you exactly solve that issue ?
I am trying to connect Power BI with Loopback API where I have access token which will expire in every 14 days. I am uanable to connect where I can pass the Access token dynamically. That means everytime it should automatically update the access token in power bi connection when it is changing.
Sorry for the late reply! I have not been receiving nofications.
Did you solve your issue? It appears that you need to figure out how to 'trick' the code into thinking it is straight up HTML coded. I have done this for two different APIs and both were different. I'm going to need a LOT more information.