We are having issues configuring a third-party application which uses RESTful web service calls. In order to isolate the issue I am testing using Postman.
This is all new to me so I may be off on some of the terminology. I am following the documentation here.
I can do the GET http://<baseURL>/logon/long call just fine.
However when I try the POST http://<baseURL>/logon/long call I get this error.
Could not reach CMS ‘<MyWebServer>:6400’. Specify the correct host and port and check for network issues. (FWM 20030)
The error makes sense given the CMS name it is trying since is not my CMS. In this production environment our application server and web server are separate machines. It should be my application server name in there for the CMS it is trying not my web server.
When I try this same call on my test environment it works fine. I get a logon token back. The main difference is that in my test environment my application server and web server are the same machine.
So my question is where is it coming up with that my CMS is my web server rather than my application server?