Hello there, and thank you in advance for your reply.
Here’s the situation: I have a scenario where I want to link a Bubble app with Microsoft Outlook Calendar, which I think should be relatively easy.
One side is straightforward: I can perform CRUD operations on the calendar when a thing is created or updated on my Bubble app, and it works fine.
However, the other side is causing me a lot of headaches. I have a calendar named “contact@XXX.com,” which has access to approximately 30 users. If I use the “watch events” module, there is a limitation where I can only retrieve 2 or 3 users. So, I decided to use MS Graph, create an app, and utilize notifications. The problem arises when setting this up. I need to have a webhook (which is okay), create a subscription with an HTTP module (also okay), launch the HTTP module, and obtain an access token. But here’s where the issue lies: it seems that I am unable to send an HTTP status 200 response code.
I found a good example of the process done with “Tines” here: link to the Tines blog
If anyone is willing to help, either by making the “watch events” functionality work (so I can retrieve all calendars) or by assisting with the MS Graph setup and configuration, I am ready to pay for consulting on this matter.
Thank you very much!