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Sounds like could be this https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=000313355&type=1&mode=1 I had a similar issue and we fixed it using the workaround described in the article.


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Yes, the third-party would use https://domain.my.salesforce.com/services/apexrest/Cases/. To authenticate, they would use OAuth or the SOAP login() command, and set the Authorization header to Authorization: Bearer <session-id-or-access-token>. See the Web Server OAuth Flow, the User-Agent Flow, and SOAP login(). You can also use the Canvas API to log ...


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Do I need to setup Oauth in Salesforce in order to send the username and password of to the web app so every time Salesforce makes a call, it authenticate? OAuth authentication is a native part of Salesforce. Your remote application must complete an OAuth authentication flow to gain access to Salesforce, unless you perform a SOAP API login via username and ...


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