custom api

5 months 1 week ago #47259 by Adam Yared
custom api was created by Adam Yared

i've written a custom api and am unable to access it, it's returning:

{"meta":{"code":404,"error_message":"Request not allowed"}}

I am able to generate a token and successfully call other api methods just not the custom method i made.

The code is in the /jomres/core-plugins folder next to the other api methods and i have included all the requisite files as per this page:

and seeing whats in the other ones..

Any ideas? Places to look?


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5 months 1 week ago #47260 by Vince Wooll
Replied by Vince Wooll on topic custom api

I'd need to see the plugin to really have a clue. Raise a ticket, attach the plugin and I'll take a look at it for you.

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