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  1. Hello friends, I am working on integrating Evernote with our webapp which is Spring-MVC based. The main purpose I have is the user can sync data between Evernote and our webapp. Now, to achieve this, I must connect and authenticate with Evernote. To achieve this, I am unable to find any Java based samples. I only found https://github.com/evernote/evernote-sdk-java/blob/master/sample/oauth/src/main/webapp/index.jsp , which is a JSP file. I don't even understand why the developers today are putting Java code inside JSP. It's not even recommended. I don't want to use that approach and whenever I look for some OAuth code, I can only find only portions of code posted by other users like https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/32566-oauth-and-java-some-help-needed/ Is there anyone out there who has some useful code with Java, and suitable for Spring environment where I can call methods in Controller and authenticate, and after redirect I can process data. These are the tokens I have, developer token, NoteStore URL, Consumer Key, Consumer Secret. Here is my code till now : Controller :@Controllerpublic class EverNoteController extends MasterController{ @RequestMapping(value = "/tryevernote") public String tryEverNote() throws Exception { this.localEvernoteService.tryEverNote(); return "redirect:/dashboard"; }}Service Layer :@Service@Transactionalpublic class LocalEvernoteServiceImpl implements LocalEvernoteService { private UserStoreClient userStore; private NoteStoreClient noteStore; private String newNoteGuid; @Override public void tryEverNote() throws Exception{ EvernoteAuth evernoteAuth = new EvernoteAuth(EvernoteService.SANDBOX, AUTH_TOKEN); ClientFactory factory = new ClientFactory(evernoteAuth); userStore = factory.createUserStoreClient(); boolean versionOk = userStore.checkVersion("Evernote EDAMDemo (Java)", com.evernote.edam.userstore.Constants.EDAM_VERSION_MAJOR, com.evernote.edam.userstore.Constants.EDAM_VERSION_MINOR); if (!versionOk) { System.err.println("Incompatible Evernote client protocol version"); System.exit(1); } // Set up the NoteStore client noteStore = factory.createNoteStoreClient(); System.out.println("Listing notes:"); // First, get a list of all notebooks List<Notebook> notebooks = noteStore.listNotebooks(); for (Notebook notebook : notebooks) { System.out.println("Notebook: " + notebook.getName()); // Next, search for the first 100 notes in this notebook, ordering // by creation date NoteFilter filter = new NoteFilter(); filter.setNotebookGuid(notebook.getGuid()); filter.setOrder(NoteSortOrder.CREATED.getValue()); filter.setAscending(true); NoteList noteList = noteStore.findNotes(filter, 0, 100); List<Note> notes = noteList.getNotes(); for (Note note : notes) { System.out.println(" * " + note.getTitle()); } } System.out.println(); } @Override public void checkOutEverNote() throws Exception { }}Any help would be appreciated.
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