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sharing_list_shared_links(...) repeatedly returns the same cursor.

sharing_list_shared_links(...) repeatedly returns the same cursor.

Johannes I.1
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When I call 

sharing_list_shared_links(path=None, cursor=None, direct_only=None)

in Python using the official SDK v2 the resulting ListSharedLinksResult contains the same cursor, which leads to an endless loop in the worst case.
The has_more flag is true in every iteration.

We are using the account for continuous integration test, which mean that that the account may somehow be broken.

Did anyone else experience the same behaviour?

Greets,
  Hannes

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Re: sharing_list_shared_links(...) repeatedly returns the same cursor.

Greg-DB
Dropboxer

[Cross-linking for reference: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/37949439/dropbox-python-sdk-v2-sharing-list-shared-links-repeate... ]

Thanks for the report! This is a known issue, but I don't have a timeline for a fix right now.

 

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Re: sharing_list_shared_links(...) repeatedly returns the same cursor.

Greg-DB
Dropboxer

[Cross-linking for reference: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/37949439/dropbox-python-sdk-v2-sharing-list-shared-links-repeate... ]

Thanks for the report! This is a known issue, but I don't have a timeline for a fix right now.

 

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