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Connect with REST API through Oauth2.0

Hello everybody. I tried to connect to my jira cloud instance with basic authentication but it throws me "deprecation" error. I've generated the code api with Swagger.

Is it possible to use the same code api but with Oauth authentication?

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Ismael Jimoh Community Leader May 06, 2021

Hi @Matteo De Franceschi 

To connect your cloud instance using basic auth, you need to:

  1. Generate a token as explained here
  2. Next parse your username and the token as password to authenticate to your instance.

For Oauth, I believe this is also possible, however, I need to look this up.

Regards

Ismael Jimoh Community Leader May 06, 2021

You can have a look at the following for Oauth authentication with Cloud.

Regards.

Ah ok, just tried and the authentication is working now.

Just another thing. When i try to achieve a Project it throws me this error:

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: missing discriminator field: <>
at com.atlassian.oauth.client.example.config.JSON.getDiscriminatorValue(JSON.java:2247)
at com.atlassian.oauth.client.example.config.JSON.access$000(JSON.java:37)
at com.atlassian.oauth.client.example.config.JSON$18.getClassForElement(JSON.java:1988)

 

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