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Receiving Incomplete data in Continue API when Moving Existing Folder into a New Folder

Receiving Incomplete data in Continue API when Moving Existing Folder into a New Folder

vineet mani
Explorer | Level 3

Hello Team,

 

We are working on webhook functionalities. Here we are trying to move an existing folder with files into a new folder. But here in this scenario from continue API we are not receiving the expected response as receiving in other scenarios. 

 

In other scenarios like when we move an existing folder having files into an existing folder then we receive folder & file path in path_display property. But in the above-explained scenario, we are receiving only folder path in path_display property, it should return the file paths in path_display.

 

Thanks

Vineet

 

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Re: Receiving Incomplete data in Continue API when Moving Existing Folder into a New Folder

Greg-DB
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