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Mapping webhooks users to accounts

Mapping webhooks users to accounts

nberato
New member | Level 2

Is there any guarantee that the order of "users" and "accounts" in a webhook notification body is the same?

 

e.g. in the sample webhook notification below, does the user "12345678" correspond to the account "dbid:AAH4f99T0taONIb-OurWxbNQ6ywGRopQngc"?

 

 

{
    "list_folder": {
        "accounts": [
            "dbid:AAH4f99T0taONIb-OurWxbNQ6ywGRopQngc",
            ...
        ]
    },
    "delta": {
        "users": [
            12345678,
            23456789,
            ...
        ]
    }
}

 

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Greg-DB
Dropbox Staff
We don't document a guarantee for that, so I don't recommend relying on it.

What's your use case for this though? The intent is that you should only need to use one or the other. I'll be happy to send along a feature request but some additional context would be helpful.

nberato
New member | Level 2
I'm attempting to do an online migration of an app from API v1 to v2 and it would be great to not have to do additional lookups to verify the mapping, especially since there's a limit to the amount of time to respond to a webhook.

Greg-DB
Dropbox Staff

Thanks! I'll send this along.

 

For reference, as it is right now, as you migrate to API v2, to record the user ID to account ID mapping you can call /2/users/get_current_account for the known user ID to get the account ID.

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