[Openid-specs-ab] FYI: Authenticating with OAuth 2 in the new RESTful APIs by JONATHAN LEBLANC on APRIL 3, 2013
nov at matake.jp
Thu Apr 4 01:20:37 UTC 2013
The example is for devs who receives end-user credit card number and send it to PayPal API using bearer token in crient cred flow.
Just the title is wrong..
On Apr 4, 2013, at 9:29 AM, Nat Sakimura <sakimura at gmail.com> wrote:
> © 2013 PayPal Developer
> We should not be worried about looking at developer examples etc. to
> learn patterns. We do that all the time. We just should be careful not
> to bring them into our specs. FYI, with a brief read, the page is
> describing how to obtain bearer token, and how to use it. The
> "obtaining" part is a bit peculiar: it just looks like exchanging
> basic token to bearer token, but I may be mistaken.
> 2013/4/4 Mike Jones <Michael.Jones at microsoft.com>:
>> Before any of us look at this, what IPR regime is it under?
>> -- Mike
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>> Subject: [Openid-specs-ab] FYI: Authenticating with OAuth 2 in the new RESTful APIs by JONATHAN LEBLANC on APRIL 3, 2013
>> Authenticating with OAuth 2 in the new PayPal RESTful APIs (a how-to
>> guide) http://t.co/M1TyAjFejz
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