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I am trying to dynamically export data to google sheets but i got this error

Google.Apis.Requests.RequestErrorFile not found: . [404]Errors [	Message[File not found: .] Location[fileId - parameter] Reason[notFound] Domain[global]]

What I have tried:

public Google.Apis.Drive.v3.Data.File CreateSheet()  
      string[] scopes = new string[] { DriveService.Scope.Drive,  
     var clientId = "";      // From  
     var clientSecret = "kkslfdkiwowol_ssdwerss";          // From  
     // here is where we Request the user to give us access, or use the Refresh Token that was previously stored in %AppData%  
     var credential = GoogleWebAuthorizationBroker.AuthorizeAsync(new ClientSecrets  
         ClientId = clientId,  
         ClientSecret = clientSecret  
     Environment.UserName,CancellationToken.None,new FileDataStore("MyAppsToken")).Result;  
     //Once consent is recieved, your token will be stored locally on the AppData directory, so that next time you wont be prompted for consent.   
     DriveService _service = new DriveService(new BaseClientService.Initializer()  
         HttpClientInitializer = credential,  
         ApplicationName = "MyAppName",  
    var _parent = "";//ID of folder if you want to create spreadsheet in specific folder
    var filename = "helloworld";
    var fileMetadata = new Google.Apis.Drive.v3.Data.File()  
        Name = filename,  
        MimeType = "application/",  
        //TeamDriveId = teamDriveID, // IF you want to add to specific team drive  
    FilesResource.CreateRequest request = _service.Files.Create(fileMetadata);  
    request.SupportsTeamDrives = true;  
    fileMetadata.Parents = new List<string> { _parent }; // Parent folder id or TeamDriveID  
    request.Fields = "id";  
    System.Net.ServicePointManager.ServerCertificateValidationCallback = delegate (object sender, X509Certificate certificate, X509Chain chain, SslPolicyErrors sslPolicyErrors) { return true; };  
    var file = request.Execute();  
    MessageBox.Show("File ID: " + file.Id);  
    return file;  
ZurdoDev 31-Jan-20 7:25am    
404 means it's the wrong url so I'd refer to the documentation.
Richard Deeming 31-Jan-20 8:18am    
I hope that's not your real clientSecret that you've just published on a public forum?

You know, the one you're supposed to keep secret?

If it is, you'd better revoke and regenerate your API keys immediately.

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