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Search Issue Request is not authenticated #1916

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l1salvatore opened this Issue Nov 30, 2018 · 1 comment

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commented Nov 30, 2018

Hi,
Is it possible that the SearchIssueRequest like

  // you can also specify a search term here
var request = new SearchIssuesRequest();

// or use a series of repositories
request.Repos = new RepositoryCollection {
   "aspnet/home",
   "dotnet/core"
};

sends anonymous request? Because i have problems when i query the API with this class. I have the client authenticated:
githubclient.Credentials = new Credentials(token);
And i have a private repo that i can view with the acces token.
This succesfully returns the issues, but GetAllForRepository doesn't have all filter options that let me use this functionality.
githubclient.Issue.GetAllForRepository(repo.Owner, repo.Name).Result;
This is not working for me, it throws me "Validation Failed" even when i am authenticated.
githubclient.Search.SearchIssues(request).Result.Items
So may be a problem of Search.SearchIssues that sends anonymous requests.

Thanks in advance!

Lucas

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commented Jan 2, 2019

@l1salvatore "Validation Failed" is a generic error that the server sends if it can't resolve the search request. Can you provide the full snippet of code you are running that triggers the failure, so we can try and reproduce it on our end?

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