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Call a REST webservice that uses oauth 1.0 authentication


Please guide me on invoking a REST api that uses oauth 1.0 version for authentication.

I tried the steps mentioned in the oracle a-team blog, i  get below errors: WSM-00398 : The OAuth2 policy configuration property token-uri has an invalid value of "http://host:port/tokens". The value must point to a valid Oauth token endpoint and should be specified in the form "http(s)://host:port/tokens"; it should not be a null or empty string.





  • vladodiasvladodias Posts: 2,282
    edited January 2019

    Hi mate,

    I'm assuming the value of "http://host:port/tokens" is not in your configuration, i.e. it is purposely edited in the post for information security reasons... otherwise the problem is probably there...

    That said, note that OAuth 2.0 is a complete rewrite of OAuth 1.0 from the ground up, sharing only overall goals and general user experience. OAuth 2.0 is not backwards compatible with OAuth 1.0 or 1.1, and should be thought of as a completely new protocol.

    Now, OWSM supports single-user OAuth use case, which requires providing partial support of OAuth 1.0 protocol in OWSM to use OAuth1 type of access token and token secret to secure the request to an API. OWSM provides new OAuth1 client policy which allows applications to use Twitter API using the statically generated consumer and access tokens. Retrieval of access token is not done by OWSM policy.

    Oracle A-Team blog entry is for OAuth2 and I don't think it will work for your case... You should follow the link below...

    10.8.1 About OWSM Integration with Twitter OAuth server…



    Vijayaragavan Ramasamy
  • User_9VIX3User_9VIX3 Posts: 1 Red Ribbon
    edited May 2019


    We are on version and do not see any OWSM policy supporting OAuth1.0

    Is there a patch we need to apply for this policy to be visible

    Appreciate your help in advance.

    Thank you,


  • vladodiasvladodias Posts: 2,282
    edited May 2019

    Hi Deepti,

    I can see it on my JDev I'm unaware of any specific patch just to add the policy...

    You might have to follow all the steps to upgrade to see note below...…


    If you are upgrading from a previous 12c release (,, or, you must complete all of these tasks to upgrade to 12c ( . Do not attempt to update the existing domain by installing the distributions into the same Oracle home. Moving the domain to is not a patch set installation.




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