oauth1.0_token: Generate an oauth1.0 token.

Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also

View source: R/oauth-token.r

Description

This is the final object in the OAuth dance - it encapsulates the app, the endpoint, other parameters and the received credentials.

Usage

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oauth1.0_token(endpoint, app, permission = NULL, as_header = TRUE,
  private_key = NULL, cache = getOption("httr_oauth_cache"))

Arguments

endpoint

An OAuth endpoint, created by oauth_endpoint

app

An OAuth consumer application, created by oauth_app

permission

optional, a string of permissions to ask for.

as_header

If TRUE, the default, sends oauth in header. If FALSE, adds as parameter to url.

private_key

Optional, a key provided by read_key. Used for signed OAuth 1.0.

cache

A logical value or a string. TRUE means to cache using the default cache file .httr-oauth, FALSE means don't cache, and NA means to guess using some sensible heuristics. A string means use the specified path as the cache file.

Details

See Token for full details about the token object, and the caching policies used to store credentials across sessions.

Value

A Token1.0 reference class (RC) object.

See Also

Other OAuth: oauth2.0_token, oauth_app, oauth_endpoint, oauth_service_token


r-lib/httr documentation built on June 6, 2018, 9:32 p.m.