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3276767 - Oauth Authentication with Bearer token does not work for inbound HTTPS connection to a Cloud Integration flow sender adapter

Symptom

Triggering a Cloud Integration flow endpoint happens with Bearer access token as authorization option. With any HTTP clients like Postman, do a call to fetch the bearer access token from SAP BTP Oauth service by performing a POST HTTPS call to https://oauthasservices-<consumer-account>.<landscape host name>/oauth2/api/v1/token?grant_type=client_credentials as steps described in official SAP Help documentation.

In the next call triggering the integration flow's http endpoint, bearer access token is placed as Authorization Header in Postman, type 'Bearer' and token field contains the access token value. 

All the configuration is correct, but still 403 Forbidden is received as response. 


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Environment

SAP Cloud Integration, Neo environment

Product

Cloud Integration all versions

Keywords

Bearer access, access token, access_token, bearer, bearer authorization, oauth authorization, bearer token, oauthasservices, User Role, oauth_client_ , BTP Oauth service, 403, forbidden, 403 Forbidden, oauth_client_, oauth_client_<client ID>, ESBMessaging.send, subscription, iflmap, hcioem , , KBA , LOD-HCI-PI-CON-HTP , HTTP Adapter , Problem

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