My redirect URL looks like this:
Which is also added to the application as a redirect URL.
I keep getting 400 - Invalid redirect_uri.
If I change it to something like http://joomla.development/main/administrator/index.php?id=* as I saw in another post it works but this callback has zero interest in me as I cannot use it.
Having used plenty of other services with OAuth I never had any issue with them except constant contact. Anyone can give a clue why this happens?
My redirect link to get the authorization code looks like this:
I solved a problem like this by creating a specific endpoint for that variable / workflow that you are trying to reach.
Thank you for reaching out to Constant Contact API Developer Support.
You can use a wildcard in your redirect URL but can place it at a slightly different spot to accommodate your use case. Please try registering the following as your redirect URI and let me know if you see the same issue:
Tier II API Support Engineer
This does not work for me. It throws 400 invalid redirect_uri error.
What works is the following:
Developer Constant Contact App redirect_uri:
Then in my code use the following as redirect URL:
This means I have to change how my other integrations work or create a new way to handle Constant Contact OAuth flow.
If I try to use the following Redirect URI in my Constant Contact Application:
And then set the following Redirect URI in my application for the authentication process:
Then I get redirected to the following URL after the authentication has been successful:
Why does it use the first $_GET argument and not the others as well?
How can I make it use my redirect URL and then pass the authentication code?
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