compatibility issue with oauth plugin
I’m using buddypress to make a page where people can upload their info and their CV in order to have a database with all these info. In addtion, that info has to be downloaded to an external APP, and I’m using oauth to protect the connection, and make the endpoint not available for everyone.
The problem is that I need to activate both plugins (oauth server and buddypress) but when I try to get to the endpoint buddypress redirects me to the main page on my buddypress (mysite.es/users).
The secuence is as follows: I’ve made a php script in which I use my client_id an secret_id to login to my site. Once I’m logged, I call the endpoint with a file_get_content. The problem is that due to the buddypress plugin, the call to the endpoint fails, and I got redirected to mysite.es/users instead to localhost/my_phpscript.php.
In conclusion, Oauth wants to redirect me to a site, and buddypress to another: the default page.
Thanks you all.
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