The code from your previous response shows how you are obtaining a *refresh
token*, but could you also share the code you're using to get an *access
token* (create a Credentials object) from the refresh token?
Also, to rule out issues with the client library or your *ads.properties* file,
you could issue the access token request via curl as follows:
curl --data "grant_type=refresh_token" \
--data "refresh_token=*YOUR_REFRESH_TOKEN*" \
--data "client_id=*YOUR_CLIENT_ID*" \
--data "client_secret=*YOUR_CLIENT_SECRET*" \
Obviously, you won't be using curl to get access tokens from your app :),
but this will at least tell us if the refresh token, client ID, and client
secret you're using are valid.
Josh, AdWords API Team
On Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 4:41:47 PM UTC-5, P Ramz wrote:
> Hi Shwetha
> We are using the Web app flow when we created the OAuth2 credentials.
> We used the Oauth2 Playground URL as the call back and I checked with the
> account configuration and the call back url does match
> On Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 12:01:46 PM UTC-8, Shwetha Vastrad
> (AdWords API Team) wrote:
>> Hi Ramz,
>> This helps. Could you also let me know if you are using Installed app
>> flow or Web app flow when you created the OAuth2 credentials
>> along with the error message received?
>> Shwetha, AdWords API Team.
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