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docs: add httplib2 authorization to thread_safety (#1005)
Closes #808

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busunkim96 committed Nov 18, 2020
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@@ -9,14 +9,20 @@ The google-api-python-client library is built on top of the [httplib2](https://g
The easiest way to provide threads with their own `httplib2.Http()` instances is to either override the construction of it within the service object or to pass an instance via the http argument to method calls.

import google.auth
import googleapiclient
import google_auth_httplib2
import httplib2
from googleapiclient import discovery
# Create a new Http() object for every request
def build_request(http, *args, **kwargs):
new_http = httplib2.Http()
return apiclient.http.HttpRequest(new_http, *args, **kwargs)
service = build('api_name', 'api_version', requestBuilder=build_request)
new_htpp = google_auth_httplib2.AuthorizedHttp(credentials, http=httplib2.Http())
return googleapiclient.http.HttpRequest(new_http, *args, **kwargs)
service ='api_name', 'api_version', requestBuilder=build_request)
# Pass in a new Http() manually for every request
service = build('api_name', 'api_version')
http = httplib2.Http()
service ='api_name', 'api_version')
http = google_auth_httplib2.AuthorizedHttp(credentials, http=httplib2.Http())

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