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[Resolved] 403 Error

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  • Well, I guess patience isn’t one of my virtues… Everything is working fine now. I suppose after clearing the cache I wasn’t waiting long enough for the changes to take effect.

    Mark Aitken
    Member

    @mark-aitken

    The same thing happened to me and I’ve cleared the cache but nothing happens. How long did you wait exactly?

    I suppose I spoke too soon. All that clearing the cache did was enable the Google Analytics Dashboard. It doesn’t register any visitors or activity on the site at all. So I don’t know what is going on.

    Plugin Author Alin Marcu
    Participant

    @deconf

    @jbebyck Have you selected a default tracking website name and Single Domain on plugin’s options page?

    Plugin Author Alin Marcu
    Participant

    @deconf

    @mark Aitken Do you have a Google Analytics account? If not, create one here: http://www.google.com/analytics/

    Thank you. Embarassed to say, but I had “enable tracking” set to “disabled”. I set it to “single domain” and it is now working.

    Mark Aitken
    Member

    @mark-aitken

    I do have an account and I followed the video carefully. I’ve also set the plug in to single domain but that’s made no difference. I don’t know where to select a a default tracking website name. I also haven’t even got the Dashboard page to come up after clearing the cache. This installation is very complicated.

    Plugin Author Alin Marcu
    Participant

    @deconf

    Are you still getting this error: (403) User does not have any Google Analytics account?

    If yes, i suggest clearing cache, clearing authorization, delete google api project from Google Console and create it all over again.

    Yes, is an advanced plugin, a little complicated to setup, with this benefits:
    – allows you to have your own Google API Project
    – you will have your own 50.000 requests per day, almost impossible to reach this courtesy limit
    – you won’t depend on changes made by the developer in its Google API Project

    Mark Aitken
    Member

    @mark-aitken

    I’m getting this…

    Error calling GET https://www.googleapis.com/analytics/v3/management/accounts/%7Eall/webproperties/%7Eall/profiles?key=AIzaSyAJ4Sj1-q5jS8CAQ9_NMYl6vx3wonA-eTI: (403) User does not have any Google Analytics account.

    I don’t mind doing it again but what did I do wrong this time?

    Plugin Author Alin Marcu
    Participant

    @deconf

    One thing is for sure, the error is coming from Google API and as the error states:

    – you have authorized the application using a Google Account that doesn’t have a Google Analytics account attached (you should logout from your google account before authorizing the dashboard)

    – something went bad during the API Project setup, one of users also reported on my forum that he managed to fix the error after deleting the Google API Project and making a new one.

    Let me know if you managed to fix it after deleting and recreating the project.

    Is from Joomla, but the error is the same:

    “I deleted the old project and made a new one, made the adjustements in the panel of the modules and now they both work. Great work!!!! Thank you very much”

    Mark Aitken
    Member

    @mark-aitken

    I’ve deleted my API number and others and now it won’t let me uninstall the GA dashboard as it’s in use with the main site – if only! When I follow the video instructions I can’t even get to the stage of getting an API number. What a mess.

    Plugin Author Alin Marcu
    Participant

    @deconf

    DELETE THE ENTIRE API PROJECT, NOT THE API KEY OR THE PLUGIN OR SOMETHING ELSE! Just delete the API Project from Google Console!

    Mark Aitken
    Member

    @mark-aitken

    You should understand that I haven’t a clue as to what I’m doing here – I don’t know what an API is and I don’t know where a Google console is. I’ve deleted the API key, Client ID and Client secret in the hope that I might start again but this is obviously a mistake and I can’t seem to rectify it – should I give up or is there a way forward?

    Plugin Author Alin Marcu
    Participant

    @deconf

    To delete the API Project go here:

    https://code.google.com/apis/console/

    Click on your project name, under Google Console logo, on the top-left side of your page and then from the pop-up menu select Delete …

    Make a new project using our video tutorial and update your API Key, Client ID and Client Secret. That’s all!

    Mark Aitken
    Member

    @mark-aitken

    Thanks.

    Do I need to sign up for Google Analytics as well? I have done but then it tells me to paste code into each page on my website.

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