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Setup RingCentral to send-sms, receive IVR call notifications

Hi,

I am trying to use RingCentral APIs to send SMS messages and listen to IVR notifications.

I have been able to get auth-token from API explorer. But send-sms API is not working.
I have used "~+14136790083" and "~161055004" as accountId in RingCentral but I have been getting this error.

"errors": [ { "errorCode": "CMN-102", "message": "Resource for parameter [accountId] is not found", "parameterName": "accountId" }

Also, I have not been able to understand how exactly RingCentral IVR notifications work. I want to know where can I setup the IVR number for which if it is called my service will receive notifications.

Can someone please help me on send-sms and IVR notifications part.

Thanks,
Anshul

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"~+14136790083" and "~161055004" Seem like phone number instead of accountID.

Could you please post your code?
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Please try "~" as accountId.  "~" means the current account that is logged in.
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I am getting "Authorization header is not specified" error.
http://pastebin.com/bW9X45fJ
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Here is the ruby code for it.
require 'ringcentral_sdk'

to_number = '+17737175653'
from_number = '+14136790083'
client2 = RingCentralSdk::REST::Client.new do |config|
  config.server_url = ' https://platform.devtest.ringcentral.com'
  config.app_key = 'GBhRwO0qQV2boFMF4P3Vew'
  config.app_secret = 'ogtU88DzRJSBsgMzjhhumQdJHkLBZxQja0lbi7G6tb2Q'

  config.username = '+14136790083'
  config.extension = ''
  config.password = 'P@ssw0rd'
end

# Create SMS Message
response = client2.messages.sms.create(
  from: from_number,
  to: to_number,
  text: 'Hi there! test message from Anshul'
)
response.status
response.body


I am getting response : "messageStatus"=>"SendingFailed"


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I am getting "Authorization header is not specified" error.

This is because you skipped the authorization step.  http://ringcentral-api-docs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/oauth/

You need to get a token first, then add it to your HTTP header: "Authorization: Bearer value-of-token"
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