Server to Server OAuth Access Token

Hello, I am trying to get the API to work with the Server to Server oAuth app. I got the API to work on postman with the credentials. I was just wondering since JWT is being deprecated is there a way to get the Access Token that we need to call in order to use the API to last longer than one hour? Just wondering because if we are trying to implement this live, there really isn’t a way for us to store the access token for an hour and most likely will be used longer than an hour (random times throughout the day)

Is the only solution storing that access token? Or would it be better to just get a new access token each time the API is being called?

Hi @zoomTPMG
Thanks for reaching out to the Zoom Developer Forum and welcome to our community!
This is an excellent question!

So, as you might be aware, the access tokens generated with the Server to Server OAuth app type, have an expiration time of 1 hour so I would suggest you request a new access token each time an endpoint is called.

There is no limit on the number of tokens that you can generate per day nor on the number of applications that you can have in your Marketplace dashboard.

Hope this helps,