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authomatic test
from authomatic import Authomatic
authomatic = Authomatic(app.config['AUTHOMATIC'], app.config['SECRET_KEY'], report_errors=False)
@user.route('/login/<provider_name>/', methods=['GET', 'POST'])
def login_social(provider_name):
Login handler, must accept both GET and POST to be able to use OpenID.
From the example at
response = make_response()
result = authomatic.login(WerkzeugAdapter(request, response),
provider_name, session=session,
session_saver=lambda : \
app.save_session(session, response))
if result:
if result.user:
g.user = result.user
# <my changes>
r = authomatic.access(g.user.credentials, url="")
# returns: {u'data': [], u'summary': {u'total_count': 1500}}
# I have 'scope': ['email', 'user_friends'], defined in the config.
# Am I using authomatic.access() wrong?
# </my changes>
return render_template('user/login_social.html', result=result)
return response

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@peterhudec peterhudec commented Mar 20, 2015

Everything seems to be OK in your code. The access call seems to be successful (check r.status), but my looks like this (there's no summary key):

    u'data': [
        {u'id': u'###', u'name': u'User Name 1'},
        {u'id': u'###', u'name': u'User Name 2'},
        {u'id': u'###', u'name': u'User Name 3'},
        # ...
    u'paging': {
        u'next': u''

BTW you can also call access like this:

r = result.provider.access("")

Are you sure that you have friends on facebook? (just kidding 😄)


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@tejovanthn tejovanthn commented Mar 20, 2015

I get r.status as 200

It's the same with the result.provider.access().

The app permissions are the default ones right? The ones when you create, or do i need to add some other permissions?

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