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AbdulRahim
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Error while using custom code to update task

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I am trying to update tasks using Python 3.9 for learning purposes.

I tried several ways to resolve this error but the error persists.

The error:

[ERROR] ApiException: (401)
Reason: Unauthorized
HTTP response body: {"status":"error","message":"Authentication credentials not found."}

 

The code I am using:

 

        url = 'https://api.hubapi.com/crm/v3/objects/tasks/' + task.id
        auth = os.getenv('HAPIKEY')
        payload = "{\"properties\":{\"hs_task_status\":\"COMPLETED\"}}"
        headers = {
            'accept': 'application/json',
            'content-type': 'application/json',
            'authorization': 'Bearer '+auth
            }
        response = requests.request(
            "PATCH", url, data=payload, headers=headers)

 

 

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Error while using custom code to update task

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Hi @AbdulRahim ,

 

It seems as if you are trying to pass an API key in the authorization header, which will not work.

API keys are getting sunset, so your go-to authentication method should be a private app

I'm pretty positive that if you use a private app token in your code instead of the API key, it should work. Just make sure you have the right scope selected.



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Error while using custom code to update task

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Hi @AbdulRahim ,

 

It seems as if you are trying to pass an API key in the authorization header, which will not work.

API keys are getting sunset, so your go-to authentication method should be a private app

I'm pretty positive that if you use a private app token in your code instead of the API key, it should work. Just make sure you have the right scope selected.



Did my answer solve your issue? Help the community by marking it as the solution.