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The auth0 api helps you send data VIA code to other data sources. This makes tableau, powerbi, and other dashboarding tools more possible.

While creating, we found auth0 a great tool for generating access without having to build the access layer, but without using the auth0 api, we will never see our data without logging in and manually clicking.

To avoid manually processes to retrieve your auth0 data, here’s example code that demonstrates how to start using the Auth0 API and send data to Google BigQuery:

  1. First, you will need to install the required libraries. For the Auth0 API, you will need the auth0 library. For Google BigQuery, you will need the google-auth and google-api-python-client libraries. You can install these libraries using pip:
pip install auth0 google-auth google-api-python-client
  1. Next, you will need to obtain your Auth0 API credentials and your Google BigQuery credentials. To get your Auth0 API credentials, you will need to create an Auth0 account and an API. You can find detailed instructions for doing this in the Auth0 documentation. To get your Google BigQuery credentials, you will need to create a Google Cloud Platform account and a project with the BigQuery API enabled. You can find detailed instructions for doing this in the Google Cloud Platform documentation.
  2. Once you have your credentials, you can use the following code to authenticate with the Auth0 API and send data to Google BigQuery:
# Import the necessary libraries
import auth0
import google.auth
from google.auth.transport.requests import Request
from googleapiclient.discovery import build

# Set your Auth0 API credentials
auth0_client_id = 'YOUR_AUTH0_CLIENT_ID'
auth0_client_secret = 'YOUR_AUTH0_CLIENT_SECRET'
auth0_domain = 'YOUR_AUTH0_DOMAIN'

# Set your Google BigQuery credentials
google_credentials = google.auth.credentials.Credentials.from_service_account_info({
  "type": "service_account",
  "project_id": "YOUR_GOOGLE_PROJECT_ID",
  "private_key_id": "YOUR_GOOGLE_PRIVATE_KEY_ID",
  "private_key": "YOUR_GOOGLE_PRIVATE_KEY",
  "client_email": "YOUR_GOOGLE_CLIENT_EMAIL",
  "client_id": "YOUR_GOOGLE_CLIENT_ID",
  "auth_uri": "",
  "token_uri": "",
  "auth_provider_x509_cert_url": "",
  "client_x509_cert_url": "YOUR_GOOGLE_CLIENT_CERT_URL"

# Authenticate with the Auth0 API
auth0_api_client = auth0.ManagementApi(auth0_client_id, auth0_client_secret, domain=auth0_domain)

# Send data to Google BigQuery
bigquery_service = build('bigquery', 'v2', credentials=google_credentials)

Now that you know more about auth0 api to GoogleBigquery, you can start managing your data warehousing efforts here, and unlock your business data potential.