I’m not sure what you mean. At the moment the FreeAgent API doesn’t
require a scope parameter and I’m pretty sure the invalid_scope error
message you’re seeing is not coming from the FreeAgent API.
Are you using the Google OAuth sandbox? It does insist on sending a
scope parameter but you can specify anything in the scope field and
the FreeAgent code will ignore it.
Can you give me more information about what you’re doing?
GraemeOn 12 October 2012 12:00, Oliver Perner email@example.com wrote:
when I try to insert the api into the scope field I get an error “invalid
What exactly do I have to insert to authorize the freeagent 2 api?
“https://api.sandbox.freeagent.com” doesen’t seem to work?!
But I think it already did work 2 days ago ?! strange behaviour
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