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Advocate II
Advocate II

Connect API's that require JWT.

Hello good morning.

I need to connect an API that requires a token generated by JWT. Is there a way to connect a website that does this with power automate? I understand that power automate doesn't have the component to do this itself.
Thank you very much.

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @elaaadani 

 

You can use the HTTP Post  action to retrieve the token.

 

Please have a look at the below posts.

 

Solved: Re: Obtain JWT token with Power Automate HTTP - Power Platform Community (microsoft.com)

 

azure active directory - oAuth2.0 with Microsoft flow(Power Automate) and then accessing protected A...

 

Thanks

 



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Umm thank you. But I don't understand much. In a page I generate the token with HS256 algorithm. I don't understand how to pass the information I need through HTTP

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @elaaadani 

 

How do you generate this token? Manually or using an API?

 

Thanks



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Hi @abm 

Thank you very much for your prompt response.
This token is generated manually (https://jwt.io/ ) it is placed in the body
{
"entity": "xxxxxxxx",
"run": "xxxxxxxx",
"expiration": "2020-11-23T10:19:00",
"purpose": "xxxxxx"
}

and a VERIFY SIGNATURE HMACSHA256 .
This generates the token that is used in an API.
I thought that Power Automate might have a way to pass this information and generate the token from HS256.
I'm stuck here, I just need this to finish the last part of the flow

 

Super User III
Super User III

Hi @elaaadani 

 

Ideally an API is the right way to do the job. If you doing this manually then have a look at UI Flows for Web 

 

Learn to create UI flows for Websites - Power Automate | Microsoft Docs

 

Hopefully you should be able to get the token using the above.

 

Thanks

 

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Thank you so much for yout help @abm .

 

Another question,
There is a way to pass a sharepoint file into hash? format.
I already have the content of the file. When you use the "Chainpoint" component and pass the file content, it generates an output. When you validate it, it says that it does not correspond to the document

Hi @elaaadani 

 

Could you please post a screenshot of your flow and the error details?

 

Thanks



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This is the "error"

 

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The calculated checksum doesn't correspond to the one sent

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