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Why am I getting INVALID_LOGIN_ATTEMPT when using aws lambda to call my restlet
I am trying to diagnose an issue with connecting to a RESTlet from AWS lambda. I think I have the user and token role setup correctly as when I reach out with Postman I get the response I expect. On the other hand, when I try to connect from the lambda function I have created in AWS I get an INVALID_LOGIN_ATTEMPT. I see nothing in my 'login audit trail' to help point me in the direction of what is going wrong.
is the code I have for creating the OAuth header I use in token based authentication. If anyone can help me figure out what the issue is or how to track down the error I would be eternally grateful.