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DataFeed Problem

 
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Hi
I am working with Java and Google Analytics APi I have a last question.

Could somebody answer me because I am strugglin for days.

I have this code(from Goole APi)I got my dataFeed but the values inside it are not from the account it's mainly empty

Any idea please?

Many Thanks,
 
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Since it was I who caused you confusion about splitting threads here (sorry), I have tidied up your post and closed the other thread.

Afraid I don’t know about the accounts. What happens when you put System.out.println(dataQuery); after the 3rd line? How have you validated those credentials?
 
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