MicrosoftGraph.Client (Microsoft Graph API Client v0.1.5)

Client for the Microsoft Graph API.

usage

Usage

client = Microsoft.Client.create("client_id", "client_secret", "tenant_id")
|> MicrosoftGraph.Client.get_token!(scope: "https://graph.microsoft.com/.default")

MicrosoftGraph.Users.User.list_users(client)
# {:ok, response}

MicrosoftGraph.Users.Photo.get_user_photo(client, "user_id")
# {:ok, response}

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Functions

Creates a new %OAuth2.Client{} struct configured for the Microsoft Graph API with an Ueberauth config.

Creates a new %OAuth2.Client{} struct configured for the Microsoft Graph API.

Default scope string helper.

Gets a token and puts the correct json header for the API.

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Creates a new %OAuth2.Client{} struct configured for the Microsoft Graph API with an Ueberauth config.

example

Example:

iex> Microsoft.Client.create(Application.get_env(:ueberauth, Ueberauth.Strategy.Microsoft.OAuth))
%OAuth2.Client{}
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create(client_id, client_secret, tenant_id)

Creates a new %OAuth2.Client{} struct configured for the Microsoft Graph API.

examples

Examples:

iex> Microsoft.Client.create("client_id", "client_secret", "tenant_id")
%OAuth2.Client{}
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default_scope()

Default scope string helper.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/v2-permissions-and-consent#the-default-scope

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get_token!(client, params \\ [], headers \\ [], opts \\ [])

Gets a token and puts the correct json header for the API.

example

Example

# Returns a client with a valid access token
iex> MicrosoftGraph.Client.get_token!(%OAuth2.Client{})
%OAuth2.Client{}