Connecting HTTP (OAuth2)
The HTTP (OAuth2) connector supports the authorization code grant variant of the OAuth2 standard.
Required components in OAuth 2.0 type connection:
Client_id and client_secret
The auth URL and token URL should be publicly available from the API documentation of the application you're connecting to, and the client ID and client secret should be available/you should be able to generate the from the Settings/Integrations page (or equivalent) of your application as it is specific only to your account. Simply fill those into the fields are you should be able to connect to your application.
Redirect URI will be appended to the authorization request by the Workato framework, so there is no need to include it. If the application requires that you register the redirect URI beforehand, use: https://www.workato.com/oauth/callback
Some APIs require that you include certain parameters in the authorization URL. Common examples are response_type (“code” or “token”) and scope (“read”, “write”, “admin”, etc).