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Dropbox API check test connectivity

Dropbox API check test connectivity

Michal5
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Hi, 

I am using dropbox-sdk-java and Using method to check connectivity to Dropbox in this way

DbxRequestConfig config = new DbxRequestConfig("my-app");
DbxClientV2 client = new DbxClientV2(config, "my_token");
client.check().user("test").getResult();

If I have the full permission (whole dropbox) test is working fine as it should but when I create "App Folder" permission it does not work and it gave me this error:

com.dropbox.core.BadRequestException: Error in call to API function "check/user": Your API app is an "App Folder" app. 
 It is not allowed to access this API function.

which means that for "App Folder" permission I cannot call the test connectivity. My question is why ? I just want to make test connectivity to dropbox and it does not what permission I have. It is bug or this is how it is supposted to be? 

I see in Check app that this endpoint does not support apps with the app folder permission but I why it is a problem with this kind of permission.

Thank you for your answer.

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Greg-DB
Dropbox Staff
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That's correct, this API endpoint does not currently support apps with the app folder permission. I can't speak to why any particular feature was or wasn't implemented, but I'll pass this along as a feature request. I can't promise if or when that might be implemented though. 

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Greg-DB
Dropbox Staff
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That's correct, this API endpoint does not currently support apps with the app folder permission. I can't speak to why any particular feature was or wasn't implemented, but I'll pass this along as a feature request. I can't promise if or when that might be implemented though. 

Michal5
Explorer | Level 4
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Thank for now I used 

client.files().listFolder("")

and it works for full and app permission 😉

Greg-DB
Dropbox Staff
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Thanks for following up. I'm glad to hear you found a workaround. I was just about to follow up here with some good news actually. We were now able to implement and enable app folder app support for the check endpoints. That should be rolling out now, so you should be able to use the check().user method from your app folder app now. Hope this helps! 

Michal5
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That's amazing. Thanks for your good news.

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