Hello, I'm a newbie to nodered and I'm trying to use the HTTP in node to read the URL parameter of an external URL sent me by a service. the problem is that in the URL that I receive there is not a ? as for parameter but there is an (#)
ex: the external server calls http://localhost:1880/redirect#access_token=sghhdjkeòw
I know that the correct way to read params should be http://localhost:1880/redirect?access_token=hjfkdsòahflak
in this case, I should find in the msg.payload.access_token the result for the access_token
do you have any idea how to solve this?
PS: I cannot modify the external URL format
That is not possible to do. Browsers never send the URL fragment (the bit after the #) to the server.
thanks for the quick answer. what i'm trying to do is to make an authentication to a provider using OAuth2.0 flow. if i use the response_type = code i need to make another call to the server, where if i set the response_type = token i got back the token with one call
so i would like avoiding to make 2 calls to get the token
If it is really sending you what you say, I think the full URL is in the response object somewhere, you will need to wade through the object to see where it is, I can never remember. Once you have it as a string, you can easily pull it apart and put the token into a header which is probably where it is needed for the next step I would think.
Can you change the ex call to
/redirect/:access_token as the http in url?
no i cannot change the format, i know the format is a bit strange but i cannot make any modification
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