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Not getting "unit_prices" when collecting Products from the API.

Hello Community,

We are collecting Product Fields from the /productFields endpoint. In the API response, we can find unit_prices field. But, when we are collecting Products using https://api.pipedrive.com/v1/recents endpoint and params: items=file, since_timestamp=2022-01-31 23:59:59. We are not able to get that field in the API response even though we have value for that field in the UI. I have attached 3 images for reference purposes.

Unit Prices are set for products in the UI
Unit Prices are set for products in the UI
unit_prices field is present in the /productFields response
unit_prices field is present in the /productFields response
unit_prices not found in the products API response
unit_prices not found in the products API response

 

Can someone tell me if we are doing something wrong, or if there is an issue from the Pipedrive's side?

Thanks.

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