Publication date: 08/13/2020

Security

OAuth tokens can contain sensitive information. Depending on the grant type, you might need to provide your password or a client secret. JMP automatically handles this information for you.

Information that Google uses to authenticate your account is stored in C:/Users/<user name>/AppData/Roaming/SAS/JMP/OAuthTokens.jmp. (Your Google password is not stored.) After using an OAuth token on your personal account, you can delete all columns except for User and Client ID. Keep in mind that if you need to share your script, others won’t have the User and Client ID columns saved on their machine. We recommend moving this information to an encrypted JSL script before sharing the OAuth script.

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