Passing Parameters to REST Access Token

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    Karl Makatenas

    I haven't used the x-www-form-urlencoded content type before, but my guess is that they're similar to HTTP headers.  Go ahead and throw your headers and values into an HTMLEncode() function and paste the results on the next screen.

    Remember for JSON that most servers only accept payloads for POST requests.  If you try a GET request, you won't usually need a payload (from my limited experience with REST).

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