Service accounts provide a way of using OAuth2 without user intervention. They instead assume that the server has access to a private key used to sign requests. The OAuth app is not needed for service accounts: that information is embedded in the account itself.

oauth_service_token(endpoint, secrets, scope = NULL, sub = NULL)

Arguments

endpoint

An OAuth endpoint, created by oauth_endpoint

secrets

Secrets loaded from JSON file, downloaded from console.

scope

a character vector of scopes to request.

sub

The email address of the user for which the application is requesting delegated access.

See also

Other OAuth: oauth1.0_token, oauth2.0_token, oauth_app, oauth_endpoint

Examples

# NOT RUN {
endpoint <- oauth_endpoints("google")
secrets <- jsonlite::fromJSON("~/Desktop/httrtest-45693cbfac92.json")
scope <- "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/bigquery.readonly"

token <- oauth_service_token(endpoint, secrets, scope)
# }