I have a scenario which i search for a random file on google drive on a specific folder every 7h and do some other actions with this file. it works fine for like 1 or 2 days but after it shows me an error:Status Code Error: 400 and my google drive connection disconnect.
I see that the issue is older than my account,
please any fixes for this issue?
I did exactly what the make tutorial sais and followed all the instructions but it keeps losing connection every 2 to 3 days, it’s so random that it’s impossible to track,
! Please keep in mind that I would always recommend using a paid gWorkspace account if you are using the Google API intensively inside a company environment. There will always be more restrictions/limitations on (free) gmail accounts.
I have ran 2 seperated projects calling a Google Drive API for multiple days to test out my hypothesis. After 7 days my hypothesis was confirmed and might help you. These are the following accounts/projects I tested:
A gmail account with a project which was in “Testing” status.
A gmail account with a project which was in “Production” status.
I’ve ran both tests 1x per day, creating a google drive folder and deleting it again:
I would like to try this, as re-authenticating my Google connection every week has been a big hassle, however it seems that it says my Google account won’t let me go to this admin.google.com page.
Can someone help me determine which level of google account exactly is needed to access this setting? It is not available in the https://console.cloud.google.com/ interface? I searched around there but couldn’t find it.
Signing up for a Google Workspace seems to be a hassle and also involves payments, which I would rather avoid if possible. I just have an ordinary Google account (with paid Google One plan for Drive).
• Is there a way to change this reauthentication to “never” on a normal account
• If not, what is the minimum account needed for me to access this setting?
Hi thanks for the prompt reply. I’ve followed the steps in the Google Console so hopefully that works. My post was just to double-confirm that the “re-authorization” setting wasn’t possible for non paid gWorkspace accounts (because of the possible verification issue), and so you have confirmed it now. Thanks