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Why is my custom OSLC adapter giving me a no OAuth domain issue?

Chris P (111912) | asked May 10 '13, 3:48 p.m.
I've added a friend, but when i run diagnostics I'm getting the following error:

 Friend: there is no OAuth domain in the discovery resource at http://<somehost>/oslc/rootservices for "friendName" that is a prefix of the discovery resource URI.
This could be caused by changing the public URI setting in the application or friend.
OAuth domains from the discovery resource: [http://<somehost>/oauth

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Chris P (111912) | answered Jul 02 '13, 8:27 a.m.
Figured it out... in my adapter's rootservices, i needed to set the jfs:oauthDomain to the value of my oslc adapters context root.

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