is clientId and clientSecret is same appKey and appSecret

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I'm just wondering is clientId and clientSecret is same as appKey and appSecret. if so is any specific reason we have to set both. Thanks

https://github.com/ringcentral/ringcentral-php

return array(
    'username'     => '15xx53xx1', // your RingCentral account phone number
    'extension'    => '101', // or number
    'password'     => 'dsfXGfMdsfTdxsdfd',
    'clientId'     => 'sdfdst93w',
    'clientSecret' => 'Vp7N7TwDsdfdsFbIuTaSINT84wNCWbODRQ',
    'server'       => 'https://platform.devtest.ringcentral.com', // for production - https://platform.ringcentral.com
    'smsNumber'    => '1800xxxx095', // any of SMS-enabled numbers on your RingCentral account
    'mobileNumber' => '146xxx76', // your own mobile number to which script will send sms
    'dateFrom'       => '2018-07-10',  // dateFrom
    'dateTo'       => '2018-07-12',   // dateTo
    'appKey'       => 'sdfdst93w',  
    'appSecret'    => 'Vp7N7TwDsdfdsFbIuTaSINT84wNCWbODRQ',  
);



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Nibu Eapen

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Posted 2 months ago

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Hey Nibu,

They are the same things. Just the terminology thing and they are used to be AppKey/AppSecret. We've updated some SDK including the .PHP one to use the new terms clientID/clientSecret.

+ Phong