kandi X-RAY | google-calendar-api Summary
kandi X-RAY | google-calendar-api Summary
Demo Project for Google Calendar API Using Spring Boot Rest API with OAuth2
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Redirect to Google login page
- Generate authorization URL
- Handles an OAuth2 login request
- The main application
google-calendar-api Key Features
google-calendar-api Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on google-calendar-api
This is how I retrieve data from google-calendar-api:
I Recently added
conferenceDataVersion=1, but didn't make a difference.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-01 at 13:43
After September 2020. Google Calendar API changed and meets are no longer created as default. We need to explicit "tell" we want to create a meet (the hangout link).
1 - First, we need to add a query parameter
2 - We need to add a new object to the request body.
I am working on a spring boot project where I am integrating my api with google calendar api.While running the application I am getting this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-26 at 11:34
I bet that this dependency
I have read a lot of articles :
and others.. I want to use the service account, I gave permissions for my calendar, I have downloaded the json key. If I use the code from Google, I got:
missing the required redirect URI
If i use the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-18 at 06:14
I tried to recreate your case and i think i see what's going wrong.
If you are picking "Web server", when creating client configuration:
Then you can use php from example, run script, obtain access token from get variables and give it back to console:
However if you are creating client configuration and using "Web browser", then your script is asking for redirect URI, which you can add to example php:
I am trying to use google push notification for calendar to be notified if a user's event's start or/and end dateTime changes.
I have followed all the steps from push doc regarding registering and verifying my domain.
My code is as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-31 at 23:42
The data parameter in request() function accepts json format.
You can try converting your body variable into a json string using json.dumps().
Your request code should look like this:
I am trying to get the calendar event so I can then update it as the document shows.
My assumption was that an event with such JSON:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-28 at 13:35
First off you are doing a calendarlist.list
Applications in GSuite can have domain-wide delegation (DWD) enabled, allowing the application to access user data (and other domain data) without any interaction on the part of the users.
According to a Google Support article, it is implied that the application is limited by the scopes set on the application.
However, reading various responses on Stack Exchange regarding "user impersonation" makes me wonder about the validity of this. See:
- Breno's response "The domain-wide delegation model allows a service account to impersonate a user and thus obtain the same privileges in the domain that the user identity + set of scopes granted to the application imply."
- Kessy's and Gilfoyle's responses "...This means that the service account only has access to data from the account the application is impersonating...." and "...First and foremost: A service account is technically a superadministrator once DWD ..."
- Edited question ("Solution")
There is nothing concrete, but it appears (possibly incorrectly) that once an application impersonates the "right" user with sufficient admin privileges, any required data can be accessed. I've trawled through the Google Support documentation, but there is very little about scopes with regards to impersonating users that I could find. I haven't the experience building such an application to know what to look for.
(Q) Can applications with DWD enabled do more than the scopes allow by impersonating a superadmin? If not, if one of those scopes includes the authority to change the user password (e.g. https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user), doesn't that mean an application can bootstrap itself and add any other, needed scopes?
Alternatively, are applications with DWD limited by their scopes, even when impersonating a super admin?
I'm not a developer; I'm a system admin with very some light/informal dev experience, so I would be greatly appreciative if you could pitch your answers accordingly....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-19 at 14:10
- The impersonation can only perform requests on user's behalf within the range of the scopes authorized in the Admin consoles under
Security -> API controls
- A certain application can only use the scopes that were given to the service account when creating a credentials object
- If you enable in the admin console e.g. the scope
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user.readonlyfor a specific service account, this service account - when impersonated - will only be able to VIEW users, not to perform any request what goes beyond the limits of
- Even if you enable the full
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.userscope in the admin console, but when creating the service account credentials object, you pass it only
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user.readonlyas a scope - within the frame of the specific application, the service account equally will not be able to perform requests going beyond the scope
once an application impersonates the "right" user with sufficient admin privileges, any required data can be accessed is confusing.
It would be more correct to say
once an application impersonates the "right" user with sufficient admin privileges, any required data can be accessed - IF THE RESPECTIVE SCOPES HAVE BEEN ENABLED IN THE ADMIN CONSOLE AND GRANTED TO THE SERVICE ACCOUNT CREDENTIALS OBJECT OF THE SPECIFIC APPLICATION.
- As a general rule of thumb, you should avoid providing (both when working with and without service account) to generous scopes, it is better to provide several specific scopes, rather than one broad scope.
Based on this answer by @Ilya, I have created this code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-13 at 06:55
The color ID can be retrieved with the method of Colors: get in Calendar API. For example, you can test this method at "Try this API". In the case of "grey-out", I think that the color ID might be
8. So please test the following modification.
I'm pretty new at this but I've been trying to use the google calendar API to show upcoming events on a website I'm making. So far I've enabled the API and created a service account to access the calendar. I've been using the instructions from another stackoverflow post but I keep getting an error. I believe this is the code that is causing it:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-10 at 08:35
You should specify the full path to the .json file when setting it as an environment variable.
You can verify that this is the problem by using
getenv() function. You will notice the file is not found, but when you specify the absolute path it will find the file.
I am using google-calendar-api to add a new event. When I send the invitation to the attendees, the event is added to their calendar but they are not get notification to the email:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-08 at 12:50
It should be following ...
I have created a service account to access a certain google calendar. this service account user also got the permission in the calendar settings as is described in this blog: "allow my user to add meeting in my calendar with Google Calendar API with PHP without auth".
As I can see in Google Cloud Platform under APIs + Services -> Credentials in the Service Account section the created service account is used with all services (last 30 days) every time, when I fire this php script, but in the browser window I get no error, that there would be a problem with authentication but: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function getSummary() on null in line... of the php-script Script and Settings in Google Cloud Platform are as described in the mentioned post.
Any idea what could be the problem? Has there anything changed with google calendar api since this post in 2019?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-28 at 12:08
The reason why function getSummary() cannot render any results (is null or empty) is because a new service account user has an empty calendarList. By giving permission in any other calendar to the service account user does not automatically insert this calender to the calendarList of the service account user.
So you first have to insert / create a calenderList for the service account:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use google-calendar-api like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the google-calendar-api component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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