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StefanS365
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How to implement Client Credential Flow (2-legged OAuth) to connect to LinkedIn API

I would like to connect to the LinkedIn API by the use of the HTTP action in Flow. To be able to connect to the LinkedIn API I have to set up a Client Credential Flow (2-legged OAuth). What URL should I use as Authorized Redirect URLs? Is that the same URL as for custom connector? I've tried that but doesn't seem to work.

Any guidance?

 

Source: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/linkedin/shared/authentication/client-credentials-flow

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Re: How to implement Client Credential Flow (2-legged OAuth) to connect to LinkedIn API

Hi @StefanS365,

 

I did some research on how to set up a client credentials flow (2-legged OAuth), but I haven’t found any useful doc on what should be used as Authorized Redirect URLs.

Could you please also confirm with LinkedIn Forum about this issue?

https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/forum

I will help do more research and back to you once I got any useful references.

 

Best regards,

Mabel

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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StefanS365
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Re: How to implement Client Credential Flow (2-legged OAuth) to connect to LinkedIn API

Hi Mabel,

Thanks for your reply.

I will post my question on Stack Overflow as well, that is the technical forum suggested by LinkedIn for API related questions.

 

Best regards,

Stefan

StefanS365
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Re: How to implement Client Credential Flow (2-legged OAuth) to connect to LinkedIn API

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