This java project demonstrates how to use the Xero-Java SDK.
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Notice, your redirectUri will include the name of your app.
To obtain your XERO_CLIENT_ID and XERO_CLIENT_SECRET, follow these steps and create a Xero app
Fork the repository, clone, edit the code, push changes and deploy to Heroku again.
To start you can clone or download this repository to your local machine.
Then, in Eclipse, go to File > New > Java Working Set and create a working set called “Xero Java App" (or something appropriate).
Go to File > Import > General and select Existing Projects into Workspace.
Next to “Select root directory,” browse to the cloned repository on your computer where you downloaded all the files from Github.
Then select Open and select the "Add projects to working set" check box, and then select the working set you created.
To obtain your API keys, follow these steps and create a Xero app
You'll need to set the clientId, clientSecret and redirectURI in the following files
Compile your app and deploy to a server (tomcat, etc)
mvn clean install
Run on Tomcat
This software is published under the MIT License.
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