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Access REST web service in TDI with oauth authentication.
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vikashkumar170391@gmail.com
2018-01-11 18:25:57 UTC
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Hi, I am trying to connect Http REST service which is using oauth v1 as authentication method, it is possible to consume REST service using HTTPClient Connector in TDI but it support the http basic authentication only.
Does anyone has any idea on how we can access the RESTfull API with this connector or is there any alternative. Thanks
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Eddie Hartman
2018-01-12 13:50:05 UTC
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Hi, I am trying to connect Http REST service which is using oauth v1 as authentication method, it is possible to consume REST service using HTTPClient Connector in TDI but it support the http basic authentication only.
Does anyone has any idea on how we can access the RESTfull API with this connector or is there any alternative. Thanks
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There is a GuardiumGroup Connector that is part of the QRadar bundle of TDI. It is in the QRGuardium solution, which automates policy changes in Guardium based on QRadar alerts (QRadar rules launch ALs, passing in event data).

This is a scripted Connector and the javascript source is there for you to study. Good example of scripting oauth in a REST-based Connector, although you can use the techniques directly in an AssemblyLine as well.

-Eddie

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