Alexa doesn't send Authorization header with Bearer token to the Skill implemented as Web Service.
Our Skill Web Service is protected via OAuth 2.0 compliant gateway and the gateway expects a Authorization header to provide access to the underlying resource. Our Gateway is throwing 403 forbidden since it doesn't receive the access token in authorization headers. Is there a work around for this ? We're using the default HTTP basic authentication scheme with Auth Code grant type in the Alexa configuration.
I tried to test this from both online simulator and a linked device but it never worked.