I created an OAuth app in which I subscribed to meeting start, meeting end, and recording end event notifications. I can see in my web logs that the notifications are being sent to the endpoint urls from Zoom Marketplace, but they are always returning a 500 error. I can go to the endpoint urls fine myself via POST or GET and they return a 200.
The endpoint urls are just stubs that don’t try to process the contents. They just write a fixed string to the Windows event log. I get that the 500 errors are coming from my own server, but I don’t understand why that happens only from the requests originating from Zoom.
The endpoint URLs returns 500 error when called from Zoom Marketplace.
Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?
It’s event notifications, not the API.
How To Reproduce (If applicable)
Steps to reproduce the behavior:
Start meeting, end meeting
Check web logs, search for Zoom+Marketplace and see returned 500 error
Thanks for reaching out about this, and I’m glad you were able to get this working. Was your endpoint relaying a 200 or 204 response upon receiving our payloads? If there are any other details of your solution that you’d like to share, just let us know!
So I don’t completely get why Zoom Post requests failed, but that was the issue.