Nope, don't get your newsletter :-)
Look at the OAuth2 examples on the google site. Looks doable without an
actual browser so not sure why you wouldn't want to use it. Java has HTTP
classes you can utilize which I'm sure you know about.
Now to be fair I'm at the front end of my project, so I may be back
shortly looking for advice, but the code samples look workable to me.
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date: Thu, 14 Feb 2013 11:13:42 -0600
from: Bradley Stone <bvstone@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: *afpds spooled file not printing correctly on ip attached
I have (must not get my newsletter! lol).
They currently don't give access to certain APIs via the interface
required for the IBM i since there's no integrated browser via OAuth 2.0.
They may via the depreciated login process, but that's going away in a
couple years so I chose not to go down that route.
I've already integrated Google Cloud Print and Google Calendar (
www.bvstools.com/g4g.html) using OAuth 2.0, which is what Google is using
now for security.
I would have (and will have) a lot more features (such as google drive) if
they allowed access to the APIs for us running that would use a service
type account. But I want to keep it native to the IBM i. And they claim
that they will be opening up API access in the future.
Yes, once could probably "Fake" the web interface but that would be MESSY.
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