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Upload to a request in C#

Explorer | Level 3

Hi,

made a 'File requests' for some log files and got link like https://www.dropbox.com/request/<random characters> to give to the person I request the files from, but the thing is I want to do this automatically via a small C# app, but don't want to use my account details in the app to make uploads or something, just that request token or whatever is called.

What exactly should I look in API for? Thanks.

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Re: Upload to a request in C#

Dropboxer

The Dropbox API doesn't offer the ability to programmatically upload to a file request, but I'll pass this along as a feature request. 

Instead, you might want to check out /2/files/get_temporary_upload_link instead, in case that works for your use case.

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Re: Upload to a request in C#

Dropboxer

The Dropbox API doesn't offer the ability to programmatically upload to a file request, but I'll pass this along as a feature request. 

Instead, you might want to check out /2/files/get_temporary_upload_link instead, in case that works for your use case.

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Re: Upload to a request in C#

Explorer | Level 3

That's a one-time thing while what I wanted is something to be updated more often, something like at least once per day.

Thanks for your input and for submitting this a a feature request. Hope will get some good news from this someday.

Cheers!

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