How I can do it using the API ?
When thinking about using the API, it is always helpful to have a look in the API documentation.
Seafile’s API documentation is part of the manual. Infos on how to create, manage,… sharing links by API, you find here: https://download.seafile.com/published/web-api/v2.1-admin/share-links.md
I’m not speaking about “Share link”. I’m speaking about “temporary download link”.
Please specify what you mean by “temporary download link”. In my world, a temporary download link is a download link (aka sharing link) with an expiration date.
It’s not it.
It is a unique link that is generated dynamically when you make a request. It is generated at the time of requesting the file and can expire soon after downloading or after a few hours.
Amazon S3 allows you to download it for example only once and then the link expires. Dropbox expires the link after 3 hours.
Welcome to my world.
Minimum expiration the is currently 1 day as far as I know. At least via gui.
Have you ever tried with a fraction of a day via the API? Felinto wants to use the API anyways.
You are entitled to your own world. But wording a question in a way so that they can be understood, helps others to enter your world. And using Seafile nomenclature (rather than Amazon, Dropbox or Nextcloud terminology) helps a great deal in this regard.
I don’t know why you added that last reply to the topic if it doesn’t help at all with resolving it.
This is a concept that exists elsewhere, as I mentioned. It’s not my fault if you don’t know.
If you have anything that can help answer my question, feel free to answer this topic, otherwise, I prefer that you do not answer.
This IS an attempt to help you!
I was speaking about your last reply.
Enjoy your day.