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REST web service, no Error, but no answer

Hi,

I am invoking a REST service with Bizagi. The service runs on my computer, using DreamFactory. I followed the guide at http://help.bizagi.com/bpmsuite/en/index.html?data_collection_methods.htm and solved every issue with authentication and authorization (before I received some Errors 400, 401, and 403, but now it seems to work fine). My invocation is:http://localhost:8084/rest/db/bizagiemissions?app_name=bizagi&filter=maintplant%3D%22BE10%22&fields=airoutboundI simplified it not inserting any variable input value. If I use any browser I get the answer:{"record":[{"airoutbound":"579.4"}]}but when I run it on Bizagi, I get no value. I made sure that all the parameters were registered as string.Any clue?

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Hi Juan,

I have been following all the steps on the guide.

If I follow the example of the Google API, it works fine.

If I use my browser for invoking the REST service, it works.

I also tried to use a Chrome Extension, Postman, to test it, and it works too.

Just sing Bizagi I get an error: invalid username and password combination. I have been checking the interfaces properties and there is no username and psw inserted. The test with Postman showed that no authentication is necessary.

Is it possible to receive phone assistance?

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Dear Valerio,

In order to best help you to solve this issue, let us know your Bizagi version. Also, please send us screenshot of the problem and the rest service.

Thank you in advance

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The version I am using is 10.6.1.20.51 JEE.

The invocation is https://bizagiapi.apispark.net/v1/emissionses/?mainplant=BE10Find attached the code of the webservice.

Please provide answer asap :) it is extremely urgent.

Thanks in advance.

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Dear Valerio,

One last question, if you want to just check a value from the REST service, instead of you can much better replicate or virtualize an entity. For further information:

We will analyze this information.

Regards

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Juan Zuluaga wrote:

Dear Valerio,

One last question, if you want to just check a value from the REST service, instead of you can much better replicate or virtualize an entity. For further information:

We will analyze this information.

Regards

Dear Juan,

Thanks for the tip. As a requirement for my project I need to use webservices.

Regards

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Dear Valerio,

A member of our support team will contact you

Regards