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SOLVED: Lazarus app (Free Pascal) GetToken using Indy components

The attached file is for a Lazarus (Free Pascal) app that obtains an "access_token" from the RingCentral REST server. Once you obtain a token successfully, the rest of the API is an open book, and shd be easy. This app uses the Indy components:

TIdSSLIOHandlerSocketOpenSSL

TIdHTTP

TIdLogDebug

If some kind moderator wd put this .zip file in the appropriate library, that wd be much appreciated.

lazarus_free_pascal_get_token.zip

get tokenlazarusfree pascalindy
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Phong Vu answered ·

Hi Kevin,

It looks like you could finally be able to login. Congrats!

Also, thanks for your intention to share your code with the community. It would be helpful if you create a GitHub repo share the repo link rather attaching the zip file.

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