For internal use or for those programming around the BigQuery API. Returns a token pre-processed with httr::config(). Most users do not need to handle tokens "by hand" or, even if they need some control, bq_auth() is what they need. If there is no current token, bq_auth() is called to either load from cache or initiate OAuth2.0 flow. If auth has been deactivated via bq_deauth(), bq_token() returns NULL.



A request object (an S3 class provided by httr).

See also

Other low-level API functions: bq_has_token()


if (FALSE) { bq_token() }