Hi @Phil_Seeman, thanks for the answer !
I actually already stumbled upon this issue, and :
- What I am doing in Python is indeed the same thing as what’s done here in java : I try to get asana.client.events
- The issue in the post ‘No Events firing by Asana’ is related to an internal issue at Asana (see [Matt_Bramlage]s answer) and was solved
- The issue here is that events that were already tracked suddenly stop working
In my case, I was never able to track an event, because I cannot seem to understand how to get the first token to pass in the ‘sync’ parameter.
Basically my issue is the same as the one here
My issue is that in the error message, I only get :
asana.error.InvalidTokenError: Sync token invalid or too old: Sync token invalid or too old. If you are attempting to keep resources in sync, you must fetch the full dataset for this query now and use the new sync token for the next sync.
When I should also find the first sync token
Thanks for your help