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Sync Dropbox with pc using c#

Sync Dropbox with pc using c#

SrustiThakkar
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Hello,

 

I am creating Dropbox Client application using WPF and Windows Service in c#.

 

I want to listen changes done online on Dropbox Website. For that I am using Dropbox .net SDK v2. In that any method like delta? for sync online data with desktop client?

 

I have tried "list_folder_continue" method for get last changes but it says invalid cursor.

How can i Get list of changes in c#?

 

Thank You

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Greg-DB
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The equivalent of API v1's "delta" functionality in API v2 is ListFolder and ListFolderContinue. You can start by calling ListFolder, and then call back to ListFolderContinue to get any more listings as indicated by ListFolderResult.HasMore, or at a later point in the future to get any new entries. (And so on, using the latest cursor from ListFolderContinue each time.)

 

If your call is failing with "invalid cursor", it means that the value you supplied to ListFolderContinue wasn't recognized as a valid cursor string. You should only supply the exact string returned from ListFolder or ListFolderContinue in ListFolderResult.Cursor.

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Greg-DB
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The equivalent of API v1's "delta" functionality in API v2 is ListFolder and ListFolderContinue. You can start by calling ListFolder, and then call back to ListFolderContinue to get any more listings as indicated by ListFolderResult.HasMore, or at a later point in the future to get any new entries. (And so on, using the latest cursor from ListFolderContinue each time.)

 

If your call is failing with "invalid cursor", it means that the value you supplied to ListFolderContinue wasn't recognized as a valid cursor string. You should only supply the exact string returned from ListFolder or ListFolderContinue in ListFolderResult.Cursor.

SrustiThakkar
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Thank You for your quick reply. 

  

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