Hi! My acess token sometimes expire them self.
I generate it in App console, by clicking generate button. I use acess token only for aceesing files - dowload and get_temporary_link. Also I use Dropbox Desktop for loading files.
Is there some limitation for acess token, e.g. requests count or something else? It is very strange, but last time it expired 6-7 days after creating.
My app has status: Development and permission type: App folder, have one user.
Is it posible to see any logs, to know what happend with acess token?
Any ideas why acess token expires?
By default, Dropbox API access tokens for your app(s) don't expire by themselves, but there a number of different ways that a Dropbox API access token can become invalid:
You can check on activity in your account itself on the Dropbox web site. Dropbox doesn't offer API logs for checking API activity though.
Hi, Greg! It's me, but new name
Thanks for your reply! None of these cases did not happened with my account.
I use free account, and maybe there are some limitations like download traffic limit that could affect token. I am just at a loss. And it is unclear if it will be fixed after upgrading to Plus plan.
What do you mean, Здравко? How can I use token in another account?...
Exactly, You can't!
... I send only path to file and token, there is no info what account I use.
You didn't mention in any way exact API point in use or error message you have received, so I have supposed exactly what you said above. The token represent particular account! Are you sure that the particular account (represented using particular token) contains the path you are talking about?
What is the "full picture" of (how to say) everything? What is/are API point(s), you are using? What are the full (error) messages (entire JSON) both when work fine and when fail? Any other info able clarify the "picture" would be helpful to somebody passed through/around the same/similar behaviour (probably more useful info back to you).
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