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Hi.. I have AngularJS call

   var responsePromise = $http.get(url);

It returns a 302  Redirect to Oracle SSO for login.

How do I handle and process the redirect?

any ideas?

thx
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by:Kyle Hamilton
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there is nothing you can do with a 302. the browser catches it and handles it before javascript can get to it. you can't even capture the location from the headers. you have to deal with it server side, or in the application that does the redirect.
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What about using an Angular interceptor?
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by:Kyle Hamilton
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nope. been there done that.

it's too late. browser handles it before js
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So how can you make an HTTP call that uses SSO?  needs I guess, the token
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btw, if you dont have control over the server or the application doing the redirect, it's not unusual to process a login outside of angular. i dont know the details of your environment so obviously can't help much in that regard
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sorry you beat me to the post
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yes, you will need to provide the token. you can either attach it to every request, or have a middle layer that does it for you with every request
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