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Dropbox Java SDK List Shared Links of a Team Folder in Business Account

Dropbox Java SDK List Shared Links of a Team Folder in Business Account

abhinovClairvoyant2
Helpful | Level 5
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I am trying to access all shared links in dropbox business account (team folder) using Java SDK.

 

I am able to get shared Link Metadatas for files inside personal space of a particular member of the team - 

List<SharedLinkMetadata> sharedLinkMetadataList = client.asMember(memberId).sharing().listSharedLinks().getLinks(); 

But, this does not return the shared links of the team folder and files within the teamspace.  How can I list the shared links of all files and folders within the team folder? Using client.asAdmin() does not work 

client.asAdmin(memberId).sharing().listSharedLinks().getLinks()

 

For reference, I am NOT able to get shared links inside teamSpace folder

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Здравко
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Hi @abhinovClairvoyant2,

Did you set proper root namespace for your call? 🧐😉

Hope this gives direction.

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Здравко
Legendary | Level 20
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Hi @abhinovClairvoyant2,

Did you set proper root namespace for your call? 🧐😉

Hope this gives direction.

Greg-DB
Dropbox Staff
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@abhinovClairvoyant2 As Здравко noted, in order to access the contents of the team space, you'll need to set the root for the call to the team space. You can find information on how that works in the Team Files Guide they linked to. For the Java SDK in particular, you'd use the withPathRoot method to set that header.

abhinovClairvoyant2
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Thank you. 😀

After setting the root namespace it works

 

String rootNS =
client.asAdmin(memberId).users().getCurrentAccount().getRootInfo().getRootNamespaceId();

List<SharedLinkMetadata> sharedLinkMetadataList = client
.asMember(memberId)
.withPathRoot(PathRoot.namespaceId(rootNS))
.sharing()
.listSharedLinks()
.getLinks();
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