If EasyMorph Desktop is installed in a server, and we are setting up an oAuth2 connection, is it possible to have a Redirect URI that is not localhost, but the actual address of the server, and port 7890?
So having for example as Redirect URI “https://myserver.com:7890/authorize”. If a person in another computer gives the authorization and they are redirected to this URL, will I see how in the EasyMorph Desktop installed in Server, the authorization is processed automatically and the following window is closed:
To then automatically show:
I’m trying to authorize Salesforce and they require the Redirect URI to be https://. I also have EasyMorph Server running in port 443 (for HTTPS),
Does “https://myserver.com:7890/authorize” make sense? Because here I’m saying to connect to port 443 (which is https://) but at the same time I’m saying port 7890 (which is EasyMorph Desktop), so can there be a port confusion here?