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Set events on Google Calendar using JAVA

 
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Hi,

I am new to use Google Calendar Java API.
I have a requirement to set/remove some events on Google Calendar using Java.

I have tried some standalone JAVA programs by referring
http://code.google.com/apis/calendar/data/2.0/developers_guide_java.html
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By using this, I am able to set events on Google Calendar, But,
unfortunately, I need to provide username/pwds.

Please let me know, Is there any way to set events on Google Calendar with out using passwords.

Thanks in advance.........


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Kiran
 
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For security's sake, I sure hope there isn't. Why would you want to do that?
 
Kiran Mallampalli
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Hi Dittmer,

Thanks for the response.

As per the present requirement, I need to set some events on Agent/Customer's Google calendar for the product related information meetings/tasks.

Is there any to access the Calendar.


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Kiran
 
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You already discovered the API; what else are you looking for? Of course you need the password to do this.
 
Kiran Mallampalli
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Yeah..., that's what ?

I am able to set alerts on my calendar and other calendars which I have created. But I didn't find any way to skip the pwd.

OR

Do you have any idea to access the Calendar using private URL ?

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Kiran
 
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Do you really think any sensible application would allow anybody to circumvent the authentication and allow access to data?
 
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I didn't here about that.

But, this is the requirement from customer.
 
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this is the requirement from customer.


Then you need to tell them that the internet doesn't work that way, since they don't seem to know that on their own.
 
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