Learn how to troubleshoot connection setup to Google Analytics if there is a bottleneck with the redirect back to the web server.
Check your network configuration and make sure that my.datameer.com is whitelisted.
- Access the OAuth Playground.
- Select Google Analytics API v3.
Authorize APIsto sign in with a Google account.
- Enter an account which has already access to Google analytics.
- On the next screen which presents
Google OAuth 2.0 Playground would like to:click
Exchange authorization code for tokens. Check here if you are able to get the toke.
- If the above call takes you to
Configure request to APIstep, pick any operation from
List possible operationsand click
Send request.(It doesn't matter which response you get in this step, we just want to establish connectivity)
- This completes the whole OAuth2 mechanism.
If using Google Chrome, a utility called chrome://net-internals is available which can be used to troubleshoot connectivity issues. It displays all networking related information. Use this to capture network events generated by the browser and to view DNS host resolver cache. You can also export this data.
One of the important feature in this feature is
Test. If a URL failed to load, you can go to chrome://net-internals, click on
Tests tab, type that URL which failed, and click on
Start Test, which does some testing and reports to you why that URL failed.