The library looks for a configuration file in
System.getProperty("user.home") + "/searchads360.properties".
The format of the configuration file is that of a Java Properties file of key value pairs. The supported keys vary depending on the chosen authentication flow.
Supported keys for desktop and web application flows
# Credential for accessing Google's OAuth servers. # Provided by console.cloud.google.com. api.searchads360.clientId=INSERT_CLIENT_ID_HERE # Credential for accessing Google's OAuth servers. # Provided by console.cloud.google.com. api.searchads360.clientSecret=INSERT_CLIENT_SECRET_HERE # Renewable OAuth credential associated with 1 or more Search Ads accounts. api.searchads360.refreshToken=INSERT_REFRESH_TOKEN_HERE # Required for manager accounts only: Specify the login customer ID used to # authenticate API calls. This will be the customer ID of the authenticated # manager account. You can also specify this later in code if your application # uses multiple manager account + OAuth pairs. # # api.searchads360.loginCustomerId=INSERT_LOGIN_CUSTOMER_ID_HERE
Combining configuration approaches
SearchAds360Client and its builder support combining different configuration
strategies. For example, you can use a properties file to configure the
credentials of the instance and for other attributes using
the following snippet.
SearchAds360Client searchAds360Client = SearchAds360Client.newBuilder() .fromPropertiesFile() .build();
You can make further changes at runtime using the builder's other configuration
methods before calling
If you are authenticating as a manager account, additionally you must specify:
api.searchads360.loginCustomerId --> Manager account ID (with hyphens removed).