OAuth 2.0 "Authorize" always HTTPGet even though method set to "Post"

Trying to make an OAuth 2.0 connection and even in my authorize I set the method to POST my server is always receiving a GET. How do I keep this from happening?

"authorize": {
    "url": "https://server/API/v1/auth/token",
    "method": "POST",
    "body": {
        "client_id": "{{parameters.clientId}}",
        "client_secret": "{{paremeters.clientId)}}"
    "type": "urlencoded",
    "response": {
        "data": {
            "expires": "{{body.expiration}}",
            "token": "{{body.token}}",
            "refreshToken": "{{body.refreshToken}}"
    "log": {
        "sanitize": [

Hello @Matronix and welcome to the community.

  • Try putting a Webhook URL and check the method there.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any additional help.


Sorry i’m new to this. This is my first time using this platform. Do you have an example that I could follow? I don’t have a webhook currently.

@Wemakefuture Am I wrong in thinking that if you set a method to POST that it should be sent as POST? I don’t see anything in the document saying anything differently.

That should work perfectly fine @Matronix .
When you run the connector within Make, look into the console → network to see what it’s doing in the back. Most likely your API is not working properly.

If you can’t figure it out, you can always hire a professional Make Expert.

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The API is working properly as I can call it just fine with Postman and Curl. When I look at the server the call is being received as a GET though.

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Allright, so how does it look in Make? Did you check the console?

Can you take a camera-viewfinder-duotone screenshot of your make scenario for me, along with the relevant module configurations and share-all-duotoneshare the images here?

I get nothing in the console. The popup window ends up returning a 401 error. On my server it shows that it is a HttpGet. As posted in the original post I have the connection json and it shows that it should be a POST. I’m not getting to any parts of the scenario because the connection is not working.