|I have an API and a client registered for authorization on Azure AD.
When making a call to an endpoint which has the Authorize attribute on, I'm getting a 401 unauthorized response. I think the problem is, I'm using the wrong clientid/ResourceId combination when acquiring the token ( I get a token but it's invalid ) - anyone know which clientid/ResourceId I should be using when requesting the token ?
On the API registration in Azure the values are
and the client
I'm confused I've tried swapping out the clientid/ResourceId but to no avail hope this makes sense
I figured it out you have to put the clientid of the Client in the resourceid of the API
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modified 19-Aug-22 11:30am.