...but am struggling with seeding the OAuth2 library to get an authorisation page returned that isn’t blank.
I’m not getting any error messages - just silent failures. I did discover that the redirect_url needed to be secure and so have configured https://localhost <https://localhost/> on my Mac but am now deep in guesswork-land.
It is not recommended to use localhost as a redirect. What I tend to do is set up a blank php or jsp on my website and use that as the redirectURL. This url is used to send the token to in a browser request. If the page fails or does not exist then that token is never received. The guide on Salesforce site (the one you linked to) says:
> Salesforce appends access token information to the redirect URL with the following values:
And will look like this:
Thanks for the response - here and in the forum post.
The process is failing at step one before any attempt to return the token, so I think it’s a LiveCode OAuth library/documentation issue - as the parameters that open a blank browser dialogue in LC work fine in Postman’s token request form to get a login page returned.
Time to revisit the web viewer and attempt to roll my own.