I'm new to this style
of development, and have some questions. I'm looking to develop a C#
application that hooks into a company's Zoho Projects to read/write/do
whatever. I have a Self Client setup, and the OAuth2 working just fine.
I'm looking to achieve is require the users of the application to
authenticate or login using their Zoho account against the company's
project permissions. I may be poorly wording it, so for example.
- I launch the application, and generate the application's authentication token
Before accessing the company's Zoho Projects information through the
API, I need to login to the company's Zoho Projects page through the
application, as if I'm logging in through the browser
Upon success, the user's access level determines what calls they can do
against the API in regards to reading and writing projects
there a way to achieve this? I don't want to have any anonymous user of
the application to be able to make changes to the company's projects.
Is this something that be done through Zoho's APIs, and I'm just missing
the writeups, or is this something I have to roll out myself? Am I
going about this the wrong way entirely?
If you can think of anything else an amateur like me would need to know about this, it would be greatly appreciated.