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Multiple agreement ids for the same document

New Here ,
Aug 17, 2018 Aug 17, 2018

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Hi,

I am trying to integrate our app with Adobe Sign API and I noticed some weird behaviour when getting information about agreements.

When I call URL, with setting x-api-user header to Andy

https://api.na2.echosign.com:443/api/rest/v5/agreements/3AAABLblqZhC2Z-XZwtMvTIaa047IkmWALZ6O1rcSXwh...​​

I get Agreement with different agreementId then I used in URL (3AAABLblqZhAZKGFOdJqlN13TKCD4NOCLBVYUmWBC8Fu8M5sNdAcjQLZxtvojWImO5Ri9xfJtxtKT81cbfzyrAepxroQ7Jfvi)

Also it's getting more weird:

- after Access token refresh if I call the same URL first with x-api-user set to Matyas and then Andy I get an agreement with correct agreementId (same as in URL) in both cases.

- if, after Access token refresh, I call this URL with x-api-user header set to Andy and then Matyas I get an agreement with wrong agreementId in both cases

It is always the same agreement and the only difference in both responses is agreementId and latestVersionId. Since I need to download information about agreements for multiple users, I am getting duplicate records in our database with different Ids.

This is very frustrating... Is it a bug? Or am I missing something?

Thanks for your reply.

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What happened with this? I am experiencing duplicate agreements ocassionally.

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