How to access Google Drive using a client secret JSON file - 7.1

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Data Governance > Third-party systems > Cloud storages > Google Drive components
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To use a client secret JSON file to access Google Drive, you need to first download the client secret JSON file from Google API Console by completing the following steps using Google Chrome.

Before you begin

The client ID and client secret have been created in Google API Console. For more information, see How to access Google Drive using client ID and secret.

Procedure

  1. Go to Google API Console.
  2. Go to the Credentials page.
  3. Click the Download JSON button to download the client secret JSON file and securely store it in a local folder. This JSON file can then be used by Google Drive components and metadata wizard to access Google Drive via the OAuth method Installed Application (JSON).