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I don't know if it might help, but I've created a Play 2.x client in Scala and Java which supports OAuth/CAS/OpenID/HTTP authentication and user profile retrieval : https://github.com/leleuj/play-pac4j.

For OAuth support, it's based on Scribe and supports Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, DropBox, Github, LinkedIn, Windows live, WordPress...

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To answer your specific question, you can get request (query) parameters by calling:

Controller.request().queryString()

Getting OAuth2 is easy but not trivial. It helps to have a working sample. I would recommend downloading Play1, and looking up the sample for Facebook Authentication. And then porting the code over to Play2. I did the above and found the process very instructive. You will realize that each site and API has quirks/needs, so there is very little additional code that seems usable form one site to another.

A more step-by-step answer is that there are several steps. First, you need to get an access_token and then you can use it. To get an access_token you need to send the user to the sites authorization url, so far facebook this would be something like:

https://graph.facebook.com/oauth/authorize/?client_id=idFromFacebook&redirect_uri=http://yourdomain.com/auth

Once your user has accepted the authorization, the site will redirect the user with a code, something like http://yourdomain.com/auth?code=XYZ_ABC. You would then need to request from the sites access token url to get the access token. For Facebook this would be something like:

https://graph.facebook.com/oauth/access_token?client_id=idFromFacebook&client_secret=secredFromFacebook&code=XYZ_ABC&redirect_uri=...

The response from the above url would have the access_token in it.

Now, you can start using the access token to request information.


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