Jerry Waese - 2012-09-19 22:26:34 - In reply to message 3 from Manuel Lemos
after a tiny bit of experimenting, I find I need to create a kind of web service for the authorizing helper to talk to (to be hard coded into the oauth_client.php
var $dialog_url = '';//I think this is what is required
- that means I need to read more stuff,
unless you have a typical sample that talks back to the OAuth and gives me a USERNAME and authorization token.
Manuel Lemos - 2012-09-20 00:56:38 - In reply to message 4 from Jerry Waese
No, this is for accessing existing Web services that can be accessed via OAuth.
Usually you need to register your application in the OAuth server side to be able to access it, so you can fill the client_id and client_secret variables that the server generated for your application.
Take a look at the examples login_with_facebook.php, login_with_twitter.php and login_with_google.php . They contain the URLs of the pages where you need to create OAuth applications to access them.