may someone can help me how setting up a working Header?
-H Authorization: bearer xyz-xyx-xyx http://www.mysite.com
but i always get
-couldnt resolve host bearer
-couldnt resolve host xyz-xyx-xyx
@StingRay: you seem to be missing quotes around "Authorization: bearer" or "Authorization: bearer xyz-xyx-xyx"
Working as fast as I can on Fusion 3
i've tried both, but i get still the same error message - any clue?!?
btw, the example coming with cURL doesnt use any quote at all - i'm a bit lost actually...
Hmmm, this depends greatly on how the receiving URL is setup.
On my https API tests, I use 'Special Config' and use 'Custom Header' for your X-Auth, then use 'Set User' string for your Auth Username, likewise Special Config for password. Add post data and then GET the URL. It should work...
Update: Okay, we tested and there were some discrepancies with some of the later versions this year. We are currently working on this right now to get it solved. Expect an update soon.
it is sad that there is no solution to encrypt data in Clickteam fusion 2.5get object suport no ssl....no way to secure the exenge with a server...Clickteam fusion2.5 is not for professional developpers
Of course there are means and ways to encrypt data and use GET to send/receive encrypted data to/from via SSL. You encrypt the data yourself. Any professional developer or development team would use their own algorithm or an outsourced algorithm to encrypt their data and read it client/serverside. You wouldn't publicly showcase this.