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Nobuo Danjou

NAME

Net::Google::DataAPI::Auth::OAuth - (DEPRECATED) OAuth 1.0 support for Google Data APIs

SYNOPSIS

  use Net::Google::DataAPI::Auth::OAuth;

  my $auth = Net::Google::DataAPI::Auth::OAuth->new(
    consumer_key => 'consumer.example.com',
    consumer_secret => 'mys3cr3t',
    scope => ['http://spreadsheets.google.com/feeds/'],
  );
  my $url = $auth->get_authorize_token_url;

  # show the user $url and get $verifier

  $auth->get_access_token({verifier => $verifier}) or die;
  my $token = $auth->access_token;
  my $secret = $auth->access_token_secret;

DESCRIPTION

Net::Google::DataAPI::Auth::OAuth interacts with google OAuth service and adds Authorization header to given request.

DEPRECATED!

OAuth1.0 protocol is deprecated. Use Net::Google::DataAPI::Auth::OAuth2 instead.

ATTRIBUTES

You can make Net::Google::DataAPI::Auth::OAuth instance with those arguments below:

  • consumer_key

    Consumer key. You can get it at https://www.google.com/accounts/ManageDomains.

  • consumer_secret

    The consumer secret paired with the consumer key.

  • scope

    URL identifying the service(s) to be accessed. You can see the list of the urls to use at http://code.google.com/intl/en-US/apis/gdata/faq.html#AuthScopes.

  • callback

    OAuth callback url. 'oob' will be used if you don't specify it.

  • signature_method

    Signature method. The default is 'HMAC-SHA1'.

  • authorize_token_hd

    Set hosted domain account for hosted google apps users. Defaults to 'default'.

  • authorize_token_hl

    An ISO 639 country code to set authorize user interface language. Defaults to 'en'.

  • mobile

    A boolean value whether you use this auth with mobile or not. defaults to 0.

See http://code.google.com/intl/en-US/apis/accounts/docs/OAuth_ref.html for details.

AUTHOR

Nobuo Danjou <danjou@soffritto.org>

SEE ALSO

Net::Google::AuthSub

Net::OAuth

Net::Twitter::Role::OAuth

LICENSE

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.