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Evernote Python API Display Title of note

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I've managed to have to the Evernote Python API work and display notes (using the getNoteContent(noteguid) directive).

But I would just like to display the title of the note (not the notebook).

The one that is referred as :

note.title = "Test note from EDAMTest.py"

When creating a note with NoteStore.createNote(note)

I tried a thousand things, never made it work. Searched on the Internet for it, nothing.

And to be honest, the Evernote API doc is lame and outdated.

So please, does someone know how to do it?

Right now, this is how I display the content of the note : mcdvoice

note = note_store.getNoteContent(noteguid)
notestr = ET.fromstring(note)
    for child in notestr:
    chose = check,' ',child.tail
    # that's the en-todo checklist type of note...

Thank you in advance for any clue or answer!

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Hi @Kayla73. I hadn't installed the Python SDK before, so I followed the instructions from the API docs and tried out the sample client code (EDAMTest.py). The note.title worked fine for me (see below). What error are you seeing?

created_note = note_store.createNote(note)

print "Successfully created a new note with GUID: ", created_note.guid
print "Note title: ", note.title

Output:

Is my Evernote API version up to date?  True

Found  1  notebooks:
  *  First Notebook

Creating a new note in the default notebook

Successfully created a new note with GUID:  307ea2c2-a20f-48f8-bd3c-f9bcb96bd646
Note title:  Test note from EDAMTest.py

 

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Here's sample code for fetching a note (vs. creating)

import evernote.edam.notestore.ttypes as NoteStoreTypes

print "Fetching the note again"
note_result_spec = NoteStoreTypes.NoteResultSpec()
fetched_note = note_store.getNoteWithResultSpec(created_note.guid,note_result_spec)
print "Fetched note title: ", fetched_note.title

 

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