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DotNetOpenAuth OAuth2 Client for Google NuGet Version

DNOA and OAuthWebSecurity for ASP.Net MVC 4 ship with only an OpenId provider for Google. This is an OAuth2 client that you can use instead.

IMPORTANT - If you are using ASP.Net MVC 5, this package is not applicable. You should use Microsoft.Owin.Security.Google instead. (It also ships with the MVC 5 starter templates in VS 2013.) See also the tutorial here.

Setup

  1. Setup your Google App using the Google APIs console. Detailed instructions here

  2. Install this library from NuGet,

    PM> Install-Package DotNetOpenAuth.GoogleOAuth2
    

... or download from the releases page and add a reference

... or compile from source and add a reference

  1. Register the client instead of the existing Google OpenId client.
var client = new GoogleOAuth2Client("yourClientId", "yourClientSecret");
var extraData = new Dictionary<string, object>();
OAuthWebSecurity.RegisterClient(client, "Google", extraData);

Usage

Just like any other OAuthWebSecurity client, except you need one extra hook:

// add this line
GoogleOAuth2Client.RewriteRequest();

// it belongs right before your existing call to
OAuthWebSecurity.VerifyAuthentication(....)

This is needed because Google requires that any extra querystring parameters for the redirect be packed into a single parameter called state. Since OAuthWebSecurity needs two parameters, __provider__ and __sid__ - we have to rewrite the url.

Note: The RewriteRequest method will unpack the state parameter and place its contents back into the regular querystring. So if you are looking for a state value such as ReturnUrl, you will find it has been moved to Request.QueryString["ReturnUrl"].

Disclaimer

This is released under the MIT licence. Do what you want with it.