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Nate Breeden asked ·

SandBox Meetings API

Testing API calls in the sandbox, all of them are going through pretty well except for Meetings, it gives me this error:


ringcentral.http.api_exception.ApiException: In order to call this API endpoint, user needs to have [Meetings] permission




My extension/user has meetings permission, the sandbox literally has every permission available. What am I doing wrong here?



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Anirban answered ·

As per this link: https://community.ringcentral.com/questions/1293/meetings-in-sandbox.html

"Upon developer's request (send account's info to devsupport@ringcentral.com), we can enable the meeting feature in the sandbox so developer can call the meeting APIs. However, the meeting information such as startUri and the joinUri etc. are just dummy info and cannot be used to launch the meeting app.

Real meeting can only be tested on the production environment!"

Also you can check: https://community.ringcentral.com/questions/1183/cannot-create-meetings-in-developer-sandbox-accoun.html

and https://community.ringcentral.com/questions/7925/in-order-to-call-this-api-endpoint-user-needs-to-h-3.html

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