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HTTP Connection - Custom Authorization Header

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  • David Gollom Channel Partner
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    Not saying this will work...  but you could try the Join helper.

    {{join " " "Token" http.connection.encrypted.token}}

    I'm not sure if the connection token is available in that context or not.  That helper in the dev playground gives the output you want.  

     

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  • Zachary Oliver
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    Thanks David Gollom, I forgot there was a JOIN helper.

    At first, IO wasn't pulling the field at all and would just send "Token". After playing around with IO being finicky, I noticed that somehow the encrypted fields were getting corrupted when I changed other settings. So I re-entered the encrypted token and updated the settings in one go and the connection now seems to be working.

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  • David Gollom Channel Partner
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    Good to know you got it working!!  

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