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Securing a controller in /cc/ folder

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edited Jun 7, 2022 1:22PM in General Technical Discussions 1 comment


How can I force a request to the controller to authenticate?


Currently I can create a controller in the /cc/ folder and call it from Postman with no authentication like so:


How can I write this controller so that authentication is required? (using HTTP basic authentication header if possible?)

Am I going about this the wrong way?  I need to call out from Oracle Intelligence Advisor (aka OPA) to a controller on Customer Portal, which will then action the POST and do something with the data.  I can't leave an unauthenticated POST endpoint exposed to the internet, for obvious reasons.

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