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Getting Shopify webhook to work with sanity but the function in the Netlify environment catches an error.

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Last updated: Nov 18, 2020
Hello! I'm trying to get a Shopify webhook to work with sanity, using a Netlify environment and a Gatsby frontend. This is from a Github repo from lucasvocos. So far everything is connected and everything deploys fine but when I use Shopify to either send a test request or update a product, the function in the Netlify environment catches an error. I'm pretty sure Netlify has all the permissions and variables it needs. Function and error posted below.
I believe the error comes from line #56 in the function: How can I debug this?

      .patch(, patch => patch.set(product))

Sanity error 4: ClientError: The mutation(s) failed: mutation failed on document "788032119674292900": Insufficient permissions; permission "create" required
    at onResponse (/var/task/src/node_modules/@sanity/client/lib/http/request.js:27:13)
    at /var/task/src/node_modules/get-it/lib-node/util/middlewareReducer.js:10:22
    at Array.reduce (<anonymous>)
    at applyMiddleware (/var/task/src/node_modules/get-it/lib-node/util/middlewareReducer.js:9:29)
    at onResponse (/var/task/src/node_modules/get-it/lib-node/index.js:81:22)
    at /var/task/src/node_modules/get-it/lib-node/index.js:48:55
    at callback (/var/task/src/node_modules/get-it/lib-node/request/node-request.js:57:46)
    at /var/task/src/node_modules/get-it/lib-node/request/node-request.js:141:14
    at DestroyableTransform.<anonymous> (/var/task/src/node_modules/simple-concat/index.js:7:13)
    at Object.onceWrapper (events.js:420:28) {
  response: {
    body: { error: [Object] },
    url: '***************************************',
    method: 'POST',
    headers: {
      'content-type': 'application/json; charset=utf-8',
      'content-length': '349',
      'x-sanity-shard': '*********************',
      'x-served-by': '*************',
      date: '********************',
      vary: 'Origin',
      xkey: 'project-************, project-******************',
      via: '1.1 google',
      'alt-svc': 'clear',
      connection: 'close'
    statusCode: 403,
    statusMessage: 'Forbidden'

Nov 17, 2020, 11:57 PM
The error looks to be coming from the promise after the client.commit() on line #61
Nov 18, 2020, 1:23 AM
I solved it. Whoooops.
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