WWW::Facebook::API::Permissions - Facebook Permissions
Implementation of the Facebook Permissions API:
use WWW::Facebook::API; # setup, etc # see below for full documentation $client->permissions->grant_api_access( ... ); $client->permissions->check_available_api_access( ... ); $client->permissions->revoke_api_access( ... ); $client->permissions->check_granted_api_access( ... );
Methods for accessing Permissions functions with WWW::Facebook::API
begin_permissions_mode of official PHP API. Successive calls will automatically insert the
call_as_apikey key and whatever value is passed in as <$call_as_apikey>.
$client->permissions->begin( call_as_apikey => $key, );
end_permissions_mode of official PHP API. Opposite of
$client->permissions->end( call_as_apikey => $key, );
This method gives another application access to certain API calls on behalf of the application calling it.
You MUST supply the API key of the application you want to grant access to. You MAY also supply an array of methods/namespaces for which access should be granted.
$client->permissions->grant_api_access( permissions_apikey => $otherkey, method_arr => '["admin."]' );
This method returns the API methods to which access has been granted by the specified application.
You MUST supply the API key of the application you want to check.
$client->permissions->check_available_api_access( permissions_apikey => $master_key );
This method revokes the API access granted to the specified application.
You MUST supply the API key of the application for which you want to revoke access.
$client->permissions->revoke_api_access( permissions_apikey => $other_key );
This method returns the API methods to which the specified application has been given access.
You MUST supply the API key of the application for which you want the check to be made.
$client->permissions->check_granted_api_access( permissions_apikey => $other_key );
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