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Angelo Bevilacqua asked Carl McFarland commented

C# SDK - Get X-Rate-Limit headers from response

Using the RingCentral.Net SDK - how do retrieve the X-Rate-Limit-* headers from the responses ?

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Thanks for the link but it does not show how to get the headers using the .Net SDK.

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Phong Vu answered Angelo Bevilacqua commented

Using the RingCentral .Net SDK, you can check API limit header as shown below:

static RestClient rcsdk;

static void Main(string[] args)
{
  rcsdk = new RestClient(RINGCENTRAL_CLIENTID, RINGCENTRAL_CLIENTSECRET, RINGCENTRAL_PRODUCTION);
  rcsdk.Authorize(RINGCENTRAL_USERNAME, RINGCENTRAL_EXTENSION, RINGCENTRAL_PASSWORD).Wait();
  rcsdk.AfterHttpCall += EventHandler;
}
static void EventHandler(object sender, HttpCallEventArgs eventArgs)
{
  var rateLimitRemaining = eventArgs.httpResponseMessage.Headers.First(i => i.Key == "X-Rate-Limit-Remaining").Value.First();
  Console.WriteLine("Remaining: " + rateLimitRemaining);
}
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Perfect, thanks for all your help.

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Ravindra Jumrani answered Phong Vu edited

Hi Phong Vu,

I don't see AfterHttpCall in my ringcentral DLL. (Assembly RingCentral.Net, Version=1.0.0.0)

I am using Nuget Packaage.


Am I missing something...

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What version of the RingCentral .NET SDK do you use?

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Brandon Poindexter answered Brandon Poindexter edited

This does not work in RingCentral.net SDK version 5.2. The AfterHTTPCall event does not exist.

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Phong Vu answered Carl McFarland commented

RingCentral .NET SDK 5.x has major changes and there are many source breaks. It supports SDK extensions mechanism. And to catch the events, create and install the EventsExtension as shown below:

RestClient rcsdk = new RestClient(RC_CLIENTID, RC_CLIENTSECRET, RC_PRODUCTION);
rcsdk.Authorize(RC_USERNAME, RC_EXTENSION, RC_PASSWORD).Wait();
var eventsExtension = new EventsExtension();
rcsdk.InstallExtension(eventsExtension).Wait();
eventsExtension.RequestSuccess += EventHandler;
...
static void EventHandler(object sender, HttpMessages httpMessages)
{
    var rateLimitRemaining = httpMessages.httpResponseMessage.Headers.First(i => i.Key == "X-Rate-Limit-Remaining").Value.First();
    Console.WriteLine("Remaining: " + rateLimitRemaining);
}
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I will try this and report back.

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  1. var eventsExtension = new EventsExtension();

What do I have to do to make it work for EventsExtension as I am getting an error to create a namespace for it. Do I have to install some package from Nuget?

What do you mean by "create and install the EventsExtension as shown below: ". Can you clarify this?

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Anirban answered Carl McFarland commented
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I will try this and report back. Thank you for quick reply.

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