kandi X-RAY | scribejava Summary
kandi X-RAY | scribejava Summary
Simple OAuth library for Java
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Gets the request token
- Prepare an OAuth request token request
- Extracts the access token from the response
- Extract a parameter from the response body
- Adds the signature
- Creates a MD5 hash of the given string
- Returns true if this instance is equal to the given values
- Compares this instance with the given object
- Sign the given OAuth request
- Compose headers from headers
- Returns a unique hash code
- Generates an OAuth2 error response
- Generate error code
- Extracts the token from the response
- Compares this token for equality
- Get the authorization URL
- Converts an OkHttpResponse into a OkHttpFuture
- Adds the Facebook appsecret_proof
- On successful response
- Composes the HTTP headers
- Extracts the authorization header from the URL
- Handles the response
- Initialize SSLS1 or tcp1
- Extracts the Authorization header from the given request
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ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 17:30
The reason of your problem probably has to do with the fact that you are trying to hide a tweet that you do not have the ability to do so. Please, note the restrictions that a tweet must adhere to in order to be hidden. It is stated in the section
Step three: Find a Tweet ID to hide in the Twitter developer documentation:
The hide replies endpoint can hide or unhide replies on behalf of an authorized user. Because we are using the Access Tokens related to your user profile in this example, you will be able to hide replies from users who participate in a conversation started by you. Similarly, if you were using Access Tokens that belong to another user that authorized your app, you would be able to moderate replies to any conversations started by that account.
Ask a friend to reply to a Tweet (let them know you're testing hide replies) or reply to any of your Tweets from a test account. Click on that reply, then copy the numeric part of its URL. That will be the Tweet ID we will hide.
Using Java OAuth2 client library: scribe 1.2.0 (https://github.com/scribejava/scribejava)
I am able to get refresh token from the authorization code (i.e; by making POST call to https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/token with client_id, client_secret, code, scope, grant_type (authorization_code), redirect_uri parameters). And I have persisted the refresh token in DB. And we support drive and calendar scopes => so, I do store two refresh token per user (email)
And then clients will be invoking API to get access token (then I am making POST call to https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/token with refresh_token, grant_type (refresh_token), client_id and client_secret). And the call is successful. i.e; happy normal path works.
But eventually getting new access token from refresh token is failing with invalid_grant error code (with Bad Request OR Token has been expired or revoked as errors) (like in 2 days or 3 days etc)
Please do note that the refresh token is not revoked or invalidated explicitly by user or code. Password is not changed. Code is not changed. Client ID and secrets didn't change. I am kind of lost.
Since refresh token supposed to be a long lasting token, why my application is not able to get new access token from refresh token? Its just failing in like in 2 to 3 days - and its happening regularly in stage and production environments.
Is storing two refresh tokens based on scope (drive and calendar) - per user (email) problem (i.e; as soon as second refresh token is issued the previous refresh token expire)? [Shouldn't be the case - I do know there are limitations per user and client, per user for all clients. But, 2 is too low to reach that limit.]
Answer Finally was able to resolve it, please see the answer below comment(s) - its related to having two refresh tokens of same email for different scopes, and invalidating one of them.
Getting access token from Refresh token - PostMan
Getting refresh token from authorization code - PostMan
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-21 at 08:11
There are serval reasons why your refresh token maybe expiring. The first one we can lockout as the cause is the user changing their password if you are using a gmail scope and the user changes their password this will cause all outstanding refresh tokens to expire.User revoked access
If the user revokes your access directly though their Google account this will also revoke your refresh token.Application status.
Now is your application still in testing on Google cloud console? Have you moved it to published has it been though the verification process? If not then your refresh tokens will probably be expiring after about two weeks although the time frame may have changed as this seams to be something that Google has been working on for the last serval months and there is no official word on it.Refresh access token gives refresh token.
Another cause which actually could be the case, when you refresh the access token does it return a new refresh token. sometimes I will do this. Always check that this is the same refresh token that you use before if note then its a new one and you should store the new one. See next point for more info on why.Max number of outstanding refresh tokens.
When a user authorizes your application using offline access you are given a refresh token, if the user authorizes your application again you are given another refresh tokens. you can keep doing this up to fifty times and all fifty refresh tokens will continue to work. As soon as you go over the magic number of fifty then the first one that was created will be expired. This is why it is important to ensure that you are always storing the most recent refresh token for a user in your database.
I have a Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile library that I published to Maven Central. I am also trying to use this library in a non-KMM Android app. When I declare the dependency in the android app I get this error...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-17 at 09:16
If I understand the error correctly, your project requests for the
debug version of the artifact, while in the build script I see
publishLibraryVariants("release"). Try changing the script to follow the code snippet from the documentation.
I"m running selenium automation code on intellij but it shows test failed but my code is empty test only. The test result shows passed but this warning bothering me
Error log: Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-surefire-plugin:3.0.0-M3:test (default-test) on project dsf-automation: There are test failures....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-05 at 20:15
If your "test code" is really empty have you considered using Maven flag to skip the test step?
which versions are you using (SonarQube, Scanner, Plugin, and any relevant extension)
what are you trying to achieve
I try to delegate sonarqube authtication to Gitlab SSO.
what have you tried so far to achieve this
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-14 at 05:31
The relevant error is
No vulnerabilities reported
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