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Building custom connector in servicenow

Hi Team,

 

I know there are readymade connectors available for servicenow.

But i am trying to build a custom connector in powerautomate using OAuth 2.0 authentication method.

 

But i am unable to build the same.

 

I created authentication in servicenow as shown below:

 

SHRISTY_0-1595938736134.png

 

in power automate built the connection but received below error

 

SHRISTY_2-1595939403630.png

 

 

SHRISTY_1-1595939350720.png

Kindly help me with the same

 

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Thank you.

I had to change the url it worked.

oauth_auth.do

oauth_token.do

 

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Hello,

 

Did you by chance take a look at this article: https://docs.servicenow.com/bundle/orlando-servicenow-platform/page/administer/integrationhub-store-....  I'm not sure if this will help at all, but we need to be sure the Azure side is setup correctly (if you are using Azure, I say this because I'm not familiar with the 1st screenshot)  If you aren't using Azure I'm not sure how much help I would be, but I have noticed that ServiceNow has other articles showing how to setup OAuth.  Either way,  you may want to test this from PostMan to see what is happening.

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Thank you.

I had to change the url it worked.

oauth_auth.do

oauth_token.do

 

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Shristy, did you use Azure to accomplish this? I am trying the same thing, but get a redirec_uri error.

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