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  1. API V2 authorization "invalid_client" error

    Hi, I'm trying to do v2 authorization (from Java), and getting an invalid client error.

    My setup reads (edited for brevity):

    HttpPost post = new HttpPost(AUTH_URL+"/auth/token");

    post.addHeader("Content-Type","application/x-www-form-urlencoded");

    post.addHeader("Authentication","Basic "+Base64.encodeBase64String("APIKEY:"+API_KEY));

    List <NameValuePair> nvps = new ArrayList <NameValuePair>();

    nvps.add(new BasicNameValuePair("grant_type", "client_credentials"));

    nvps.add(new BasicNameValuePair("scope", "account"));

    post.setEntity(new UrlEncodedFormEntity(nvps));This seems a perfect mirror of the php and c# samples, but in return, I'm getting the remarkably useful:{"error":"invalid_client","error_description":null,"error_uri":null} Any ideas?Thanks,GeePawHill

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  2. Pass authorization credentials via url

    We use a separate web server but manage user registration through wildapricot. If the user logs into the primary website, can I pass these credentials to wildapricot in the URL? I don't want them to have to log on a second time when they connect.

    Thanks - Mike

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  3. Contacts API v2 $select doesn't provide MembershipLevel

    I found that when using $select on the contacts API call in V2, the MembershipLevel field is not available. It is available however if all fields are returned by not using $select

    Is this by design, or an oversight?

    I am using the sample PHP code.

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  4. API - HTTP POST Error 500, an internal error has occured

    Hi - I've spent hours trying to figure why the POST below (in Swift) fails. Status code is HTTP 500 which according to the doc means "Wild Apricot's server has encountered an error and cannot fulfill the request." API Key and authentication are all good since GET requests to the same API work fine.

    The event is very simple defined to have only fields first and last name and email. The event is public. I've triple checked all the Id's - event, contact, reg type id etc.

    Any ideas much appreciated..

    Thanks
    David

    Post URL is https://api.wildapricot.org/v2/accounts/{acctid}/EventRegistrations/

    Post Body is…

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  5. Authenticating a Member or Contact (with iOS app)

    Hi - I am writing a custom iOS app using the WA API and a requirement is that members sign into the mobile app with the same credentials that they use to access the WA site via a browser (i.e. email, password)

    The "contacts" API returns the user's email but not the password (which would clearly be a security issue). So the iOS app cannot verify the members credentials itself.

    Is there an API that the iOS app can call to verify the members password? If not, do you have any other suggestions on how this type of member sign…

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  6. API changes in 5.4 (action may be required before July 6th)

    In Version 5.4, which was just released on June 15th, Wild Apricot has made changes to the authentication process https://help.wildapricot.com/display/DOC/API+V2+authentication for its API. We have moved from account-based authentication to the more secure application-based authorization. Instead of generating a single API key that provides complete access to your entire Wild Apricot account, you authorize individual applications, each of which are assigned separate credentials. If you've previously generated an API key for your account – prior to the 5.4 release – it will automatically be converted to an authorized application called Legacy API key.
    If you are currently using an API…

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