Trying to get recordings, using ZoomAPIWrapper, Invalid access token error

I am using ZoomAPIWrapper which is real handy. My goal is to list all recordings for a user, not myself. When I pass ‘me’ it works. The API credentials work great for calling the users list. I created a Account-level app with JWT Credentials. I am an admin on the instance. The wrapper uses the key and secret to connect

When I try to get a list of a user’s recordings I get
[code] => 124
[message] => Invalid access token.

Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?
JWT app

Which Endpoint/s?

How To Reproduce (If applicable)
Steps to reproduce the behavior:
try to get recordings using this wrapper.

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Additional context

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These did not help with my problem.

I think I figured it out! The ‘me’ was working. I just didn’t see in the response info that it was defaulting to the last day’s worth of recordings. If I changed the from/to in the query I got more recordings.

Appending the token to the download URL is working as described in other posts. It just took a bit to really understand what I was getting from the API call to see it was working.

Hey @skrajewski001,

Ah, I see! Thanks for updating the thread with your solution—I’m sure you won’t be the only one to work through this. :slight_smile:


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