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Not receiving responses

AliLezama
Explorer | Level 4

Hi, I'm new with the Api of DropBox in general. Right now I'm trying to integrate the api on my iOS app. I followed this steps I managed to get it working on Xcode Version 9.2  with Swift 3.2. I have already signIn with my user and created a folder just as the examples says. What I really want to do is to get the user files list, but I'm making the request almost the same as the creatinFolder but I just dont get a response. I would be very happy with any help 

let client = Dropbox.authorizedClient;
client?.files.listFolder(path:"").response 
{ response, error in if let response = response
{ print("Response: ",response); let data = response.entries; for file in data { print(file.name); } }
else if let error = error
{ print("Error: ",error); } }

 

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Re: Not receiving responses

Greg-DB
Dropboxer
What version number of the Dropbox SDK do you have installed? The SDK doesn't have a `Dropbox.authorizedClient`, just `DropboxClientsManager.authorizedClient`.

(If you're not running the latest version, currently v4.5.0, please upgrade and try reproducing the issue again.)

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Re: Not receiving responses

Greg-DB
Dropboxer
Can you check if `client` is `nil`? It looks like you maybe meant to use `DropboxClientsManager.authorizedClient` instead of `Dropbox.authorizedClient`.

Re: Not receiving responses

AliLezama
Explorer | Level 4

Hi Greg, thanks for your help.

But as I mentioned when I run the test to create a folder on myDropBox it does create it, without response. When I try to get files I've checked the client and it isn't nil. 
About the use of 'Dropbox.authorizedClient' instead of 'DropboxClientsManager.authorizedClient', is because xcode told me i didn't found the 'DropboxClientsManager.authorizedClient'.

 

I track the request response and on Alamofire the validate function does not return neither Success nor Failure. I'm going to try Alamofire request alone to see if theres a problem

Re: Not receiving responses

Greg-DB
Dropboxer
What version number of the Dropbox SDK do you have installed? The SDK doesn't have a `Dropbox.authorizedClient`, just `DropboxClientsManager.authorizedClient`.

(If you're not running the latest version, currently v4.5.0, please upgrade and try reproducing the issue again.)

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Re: Not receiving responses

AliLezama
Explorer | Level 4
Thanks Greg, I don't know why but my cocoaPods had an error and did not download the last version of Dropbox SDK. Had to uninstall cocoa and reinstall and redownload everything, now i got it working and also I'm using DropboxClientsManager.
Sorry for the trouble and once again thanks.
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