What are other settings needed in addition to access token in order to get Microsoft Graph's OneDrive API to return data

Wei Wen 1,096 Reputation points

I am experimenting with Microsoft Graph's OneDrive API. In my android app, I used Microsoft SSO to sign the user in. If the user successfully signed in, I got a token which is actually AccessTokenRecord class.

To simplify testing, I used Postman and the AccessTokenRecord's mSecret as the access token in Postman. I tried a few APIs, e.g. https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me/drive/sharedWithMe, but got only errors with code "itemNotFound". I checked my OneDrive in a url and found that I did have files shared with me.

My question is: Is the access token I used in Postman the correct one? Are there any other information that I need to pass in Postman, for example, request headers?

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  1. CarlZhao-MSFT 39,101 Reputation points

    Hi @Wei Wen

    Use the Graph Explorer test to see how it turns out.


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