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Unfortunately I don't know a ton about REST API and am trying to get this to work properly for another developer.

Long story short, their application is trying to access the site using mysite/index.php/rest/V1/integration/admin/token and they are getting "Access Denied." I was able to to remove the index.php and just call from mysite/rest/V1/integration/admin/token and can generate the token necessary.

My question is if there's anything I can do to get the API to work on the URL string that has index.php in it? Their application requires it.

Any advice would be helpful. Thanks!

  • The API takes base url of the website, if you append index.php in base url it should work. But keep in mind it would index.php everywhere, in every Url. – Vivek Kumar Jan 4 at 2:12

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