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Post order and OAuth tokens

I cant figure out how to use Oauth tokens with the post-order api. With the Trading apis I just set the Authorization header as 'Bearer oauth_token' and it works But not with the PostOrder apis. Anyone have any information on how to get it working? Regards
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Hi sajed.shafique, Post Order API supports AuthNAuth token: **Authorization**: TOKEN REF: http://developer.ebay.com/Devzone/post-order/concepts/MakingACall.html Best Regards,
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I am kinda disappointed. This means the Post Orders API does not support the same authentication as the new Selling API and the old Trading API? Both of the latter ones support OAuth.
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The third party then uses the access token to access the protected resources hosted by the resource server. OAuth is a service that is complementary to and distinct from OpenID. OAuth is also distinct from OATH, which is a reference architecture for authentication, not a standard for authorization.
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