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Authorize rdfp

Authorize rdfp to access your Google user data. You will be directed to a web browser, asked to sign in to your Google account, and to grant rdfp access to user data for Double Click for Publishers. These user credentials are cached in a file named .httr-oauth in the current working directory, from where they can be automatically refreshed, as necessary.

Usage
dfp_auth(token = NULL, new_user = FALSE,
  addtl_scopes = c("https://spreadsheets.google.com/feeds",
  "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/drive",
  "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/spreadsheets",
  "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/presentations",
  "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/analytics",
  "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/yt-analytics.readonly",
  "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/gmail.readonly",
  "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/gmail.compose",
  "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/gmail.send"),
  key = getOption("rdfp.client_id"),
  secret = getOption("rdfp.client_secret"),
  cache = getOption("rdfp.httr_oauth_cache"), verbose = TRUE)
Arguments
token

an actual token object or the path to a valid token stored as an .rds file

new_user

logical, defaults to FALSE. Set to TRUE if you want to wipe the slate clean and re-authenticate with the same or different Google account. This deletes the .httr-oauth-rdfp file in current working directory.

addtl_scopes

character, strings that indicate additional Google services the client should authorize. Use this when trying to generate a token that will work to authenticate to other packages using Google services, such as the googlesheets package or RGoogleAnalytics package.

key, secret

the "Client ID" and "Client secret" for the application

cache

logical indicating if rdfp should cache credentials in the default cache file .httr-oauth-rdfp

verbose

a logical indicating if messages should be printed

Details

Most users, most of the time, do not need to call this function explicitly -- it will be triggered by the first action that requires authorization. Even when called, the default arguments will often suffice. However, when necessary, this function allows the user to

  • store a token -- the token is invisibly returned and can be assigned to an object or written to an .rds file

  • read the token from an .rds file or pre-existing object in the workspace

  • provide your own app key and secret -- this requires setting up a new project in Google Developers Console

  • prevent caching of credentials in .httr-oauth-rdfp

In a call to dfp_auth, the user can provide the token, app key and secret explicitly and can dictate whether credentials will be cached in .httr-oauth-rdfp. They must be specified.

To set options in a more persistent way, predefine one or more of them with lines like this in a .Rprofile file:

options(rdfp.network_code = "12345678",
        rdfp.application_name = "MyApp",
        rdfp.client_id = "012345678901-99thisisatest99.apps.googleusercontent.com",
        rdfp.client_secret = "Th1s1sMyC1ientS3cr3t",
        rdfp.httr_oauth_cache = FALSE)

See Startup for possible locations for this file and the implications thereof.

More detail is available from Using OAuth 2.0 to Access Google APIs.

Value

an OAuth token object, specifically a Token2.0, invisibly

Aliases
  • dfp_auth
Documentation reproduced from package rdfp, version 0.1.4, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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