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hello,
the process of oauth with Google docs API requires a servlet server so that the Google could post access token into your defined callback url.
doing this work inside a web server like tomcat is trivial. But what i need is to do same oauth from a swing application.
is there some existing swing oauth library that facilitates this work?

I suppose i need an embedded browser and also an embedded servlet container in my swing app to do this work. can you show me how i can embbed both a servlet container and web browser so i can perform the oauth process? probably something like the GWT Host mode server in early versions of GWT. i would like something like the GWT embeded jetty and browser used for GWT Hosted mode. or maybe some other swing oauth library.

thanks.
 
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