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Isaac Ferguson
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Hi,

I have had the idea of sending from my *.jsp data to my GAnalytics account and create using GAnalytics a personal web site using the data I have sent to it without any kind of reference to Google. I mean I am not interested in display the Google logo in my site or something like that.

I would like customize my Dashboard or Report in order to put my name there, my colors, etc I mean create my own web site using the GA front end.

In order to explain it better, imagine a web site which has the unique purpose of sending data to GA. Then when I link to my GA URL for example www.myGAwebsite.com, I could watch my site online.

The front end of my GA Stats must be 100% personal without any kind of reference to Google

Do you think is that possible?


Many Thanks

Cheers!
 
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The first question would be to see if it is legal. Check out the Google terms and conditions and see if you are allowed to use their system this way. And in your research you might also look to see if they have an API you can use to interface with their application - making your work a whole lot easier.
 
Isaac Ferguson
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Hi Steve,

I have sent an enquiry to Google in order to figure out if this is legal

Many Thanks,

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William P O'Sullivan
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Steve is correct.

We had to deal with Google at Sears. Was interesting.

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Hi everybody,

the case is:

I get access token properly:

oauthHelper.getUnauthorizedRequestToken(oauthParameters);

String accessToken = oauthParameters.getOAuthToken();

Then here the user authorize, in order to access their data.

oauthHelper.getRequestTokenUrl(), here I would have to retrieve the parameter from the browser which contains data from the user? Sorry I am a little confuse. I have read looooots of tutorials but for web applications I don't find nothing step by step and complete then when I arrive to this step I can't continue

Any tip, please?

Many Thanks,
 
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