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Open URL doesn't pass the complete parms to IE? (open url zipcode lookup)

Question asked by Bonnerbl on Mar 22, 2010
Latest reply on Mar 22, 2010 by Bonnerbl

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Open URL doesn't pass the complete parms to IE? (open url zipcode lookup)

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I am using open url to go from FM10 to the USPS site and retrieve the zip code.

 

In my button set up I have specified (server and userid omitted)

"serverxxxx" &

"ShippingAPITest.dll?" &

"API=ZipCodeLookup" &
"&XML=<ZipCodeLookupRequest%20USERID=\"useridxxxx\">" &
"<Address%20ID=\"0\">" &
"<Address1></Address1>" &
"<Address2>6406%20Ivy%20Lane</Address2>" &
"<City>Greenbelt</City>" &
"<State>MD</State>" &
"</Address>" &
"</ZipCodeLookupRequest>"

 

When I click on the button this is what I see in the dialog box:

http://serverxxxx/ShippingAPITest.dll?API=ZipCodeLookup&XML=<ZipCodeLookupRequest%20USERID="useridxxxx"><Address%20ID="0"><Address1></Address1><Address2>6406%20Ivy%20Lane</Address2><City>Greenbelt</City><State>MD</State></Address></ZipCodeLookupRequest>

 

But when the info get inserted in IE it drops the last character. This is what appears in IE

http://serverxxxx/ShippingAPITest.dll?API=ZipCodeLookup&XML=<ZipCodeLookupRequest%20USERID="useridxxxx"><Address%20ID="0"><Address1></Address1><Address2>6406%20Ivy%20Lane</Address2><City>Greenbelt</City><State>MD</State></Address></ZipCodeLookupRequest

 

Note the last > is missing. Why?

I tried adding a space to the end when specifiying the calc but FM/IE still dropped the final >.

I thought maybe I was hitting some sort of string length problem and shorted the test street name and it still dropped the >.

Any ideas - pointers to where I might look?

 




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