Regarding Rate Limit for Graph API

Deeptha 21 Reputation points

I would like to know the rate limit per app per tenant and per app across all the tenants for these API's:

  1. /groups?$select=id,resourceProvisioningOptions : listing all the teams in the tenant
  2.${teamId}/channels : listing all the channels in the particular team
  3. /v3/conversations/{conversationId}/pagedmembers?pageSize={pageSize} : listing members of particular channel
  4.${teamId}/channels/${channelId} : to get channel Details using Channel ID
  5.{id | userPrincipalName} : to get member details using Id
  6. /v3/conversations/<conversationId/channelId>/activities/<activityId>/ : Sending message to a particular Channel
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  1. CarlZhao-MSFT 23,361 Reputation points

    Hi @Deeptha

    Regarding Rate Limit for Graph API

    Please refer this documentation to know about Microsoft Teams Service API rate limits.

    I am getting this error Requested API is not supported in application-only context. But I have the required permissions "ChatMessage.Send, Chat.ReadWrite". What could be the issue here?

    As your error message says, send messages does not support application-only context for the time being, it currently only supports user context.


    So you need to grant ChatMessage.Send delegation permission for your application, and then you need to use the auth code flow with user participation to get the access token, and then you will be able to use the user token to call the /chats/chat-id/messages api endpoint to send messages.

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  1. Deeptha 21 Reputation points

    I gave ChatMessage.Send delegation permission for my application and did the auth flow to get the accesstoken. But still I am getting the same error from the API

  2. Deeptha 21 Reputation points

    I did, I could not see "ChatMessage.Send" permission in the parsed access token. But I have given the permission and granted the admin consent.