I created this sample installation because I needed to create django REST service with piston on mongodb and oauth authentication. I found it there were a number of bugs in piston, issues with django-nonrel, and few good examples of oauth authentication. I spent a couple of days figuring this out. Hopefully this will save you the time! This an example installation of fully functional django-nonrel piston installation with oauth authentication and GET and POST examples for a basic Poll application. * Note: This is still using an oath 1.0 client implementation, along with a piston oauth 1.0 service. These are the installation instructions to get your django-piston-nonrel-oauth2 server up and running. 1. Clone repository at 2. virtualenv piston-env 3. source ./piston-env/bin/activate 4. pip install -r requirements.txt 5. cd frameworks ; Update your settings.py to point to your mongodb settings 6. Run ./manage.py syncdb and create your superuser account 7. Run ./manage.py runserver 8. Go to localhost:8000/admin and login. Create a Consumer with the following settings: Consumer Key: testkey Consumer Secret: testsecret The name and description can be anything you choose. Attach the Consumer to your superuser or another use if you have created on. 9. From a command line prompt run python oauth_client.py 10. Follow the instructions for oauth_client.py 11. For a two-legged test, run oauth_client.py two-legged 12. To run the general test, do: ./manage.py test oauth_tests Hope this helps!
9aea930 - Corrected a misleading reference to oauth2
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8bb153e - Set up django to use piston-oauth2-nonrel: https://bitbucket.org/justinfx/django-piston-oauth2-nonrel Update readme More tests including two-legged Using custom piston install from requirements.py instead of including it as an ...