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I would use the django-oauth2-provider module to authenticate my users with OAuth2.

I see that the Authorization header is not passed to the server in PHP, is it the same problem with Django mod_wsgi ? How can I manage to use OAuth2 Authentication ?

Thanks! Florian

asked 22 Jul '13, 20:07

boudah
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You can use curl to verify if the header is working,

$ curl -I http://example.com/
$ curl -I http://localhost:12345/

Run it both locally and on the server on the assigned port.

If it is removing the header submit a support ticket with your results and we can investigate further.

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answered 22 Jul '13, 21:00

johns
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