I recently upgraded my dropbox SDK to version 1.3.13 to support 64-bit devices. However, I am now getting the error:
-canOpenURL: failed for URL: "dbapi-2://1/connect" - error: "This app is not allowed to query for scheme dbapi-2"
Do I need to generate a new key to use this version?
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Yes, that's correct, and this did soleve it thanks. This requires that the dropbox mobile app must be on the device also, and I didn't think that was required before. Do I have that wrong?
I assume you're using the Core API and seeing this during auth?
If so, no the Dropbox app doesn't need to be installed. If the app is present, a streamlined authorization will happen in the Dropbox app. If it's not present, the authorization will happen in a web view embedded in your app.
Can you please elaborate? I have the same problem after updating to IOS 9.1 (xcode 7.1.1). I have included dbapi-1, dbapi-2 and dbapi-3 in LSApplicationQueriesSchemes. Now I can access to save and load to Dropbox again, but just if the app is installed. If the app is not installed I keep getting the error:
-canOpenURL: failed for URL: "dbapi-2://1/connect" - error: "(null)"
It used to work before.
Sorry. It was my fault. I was presenting this:
[[DBSession sharedSession] linkFromController:this];
from the wrong controller.
It's all right now with the dbapi-2 application queries scheme.
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