Various school teachers with their own ZOOM accounts,
I’m trying to create a system that automatically creates and pastes a ZOOM meeting URL when sending emails to students from the system.
The outline of the system is constructed according to the following flow.
①Obtain a token
②Obtain user information from the token obtained in ①
(3) Create a conference room based on the user ID obtained in (2)
④ Paste the meeting room URL created in ③ into the email
The question is, in my deleveper account,
I was able to create a conference room normally with the above flow,
When I conducted a test review with the person in charge of ZOOM, it was reported that an error occurred in ③.
I didn’t keep an error log, so
I’ll modify it to keep
I don’t know if there is something wrong with this flow in the first place.
Is there any problem with this flow in making this system?
*Sorry, I am not familiar with English, so I am translating automatically.
The text may be incorrect.
Thanks for reaching out to the Zoom Developer Forum!
I am happy to help here!
Have you been able to troubleshoot this issue on your end?
Let me know if you need some guidance
Any help would be appreciated
if you created the app under your account, then you are the only one that will be able to schedule meetings with the app.
If the user with the one you conducted a test, part of your account?
Thanks for the reply.
I have tested it on my account and even confirmed that it works.
I know that only my account will work until it is reviewed.
In this case, how does the developer do the testing?
You can request a Publishable URL to the Marketplace team in order to test with users outside of your account @horinouchi
Here is a link to our Docs:
Thanks for the reply.
I’ve tested this and hopefully it can be fixed.
it was very helpful
The automatic creation of Zoom meeting rooms can be achieved using the Zoom API. The API allows developers to programmatically create and manage Zoom meetings, webinars, and other events.
To set up automatic creation of Zoom meeting rooms, you will need to:
- Create a Zoom account and get API credentials.
- Choose a programming language and an API client library to use. Zoom provides client libraries for several popular programming languages, including Python, Java, Ruby, and PHP.
- Use the client library to authenticate with the Zoom API using your API credentials.
- Use the API to create new Zoom meetings whenever you need to automatically create a meeting room. You can specify details such as the meeting topic, start time, duration, and password.
- Optionally, you can also use the API to update or delete existing Zoom meetings.
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