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I can verify this in a simpler situation. I'll also provide a summary of what seems to be happening:The script step 'Insert from URL' seems to DE-code certain characters while it EN-codes others in the specified URL. This is a serious problem.Here's a simple example:Set Variable [ $url; Value: "http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_form_action.asp?user=%3Dbob" ]Insert from URL [Select; No Dialog; SomeTable::LinkResult; $url ]What you would expect is that you get the HTML code result from the w3schools.com site that shows that you submitted: user=%3DbobThat is the result you get when you submit via a web browser or a tool like curl.However, what the script step 'Insert from URL' returns is that you submitted: user==bobThat is NOT correct.This can lead to problems with web services that don't handle double equal signs, for example.