I set this parameter before generating a sharelink: dropbox.sharing.PendingUploadMode.folder
This works fine as long if I don`t go deeper that one (not yet indexed folder) folder. So if create folder/folder2 and they are not indexed yet the API will throw an error on generating a sharelink for folder2.
I understand this behaviour. Dropbox can not know (yet) which parent folders exist and therefore throws a lookup error. Is there any way to work around this? We sometimes add a lot of files which causes delays in indexing (and therefore the generate sharelink issues)
There isn't an option to change that behavior, so the only workaround that comes to mind is to explicitly create the parent folder(s) first. We'll consider it a feature request for a better way to do this though.
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