I do have all operation up and running for Webservice (Create/Enable/Disable/2levelsAggregate)
Nevertheless UPDATE is a huge bummer (first name sync).
- Of course on Postman it works
- Like on the screen attached, underlined - whenever it is $plan.FN$ value, it throws an error 500 (wrong payload error)
- When I have put static FN value KASIA, it runs perfectly
What is wrong with $plan.FN$ - I do have it in CREATE exactly the same and it works
Solved by unknown reason - copied and re-pasted this code to normal notepad (perhaps some formatting glitch) did the thing
@JakubDudek I see that
$plan.FN in your code is missing the $ at the end. Maybe that fixed the issue?
Thank you, indeed. However with $ properly it still was returning error 500, so some rich formatting perhaps got smuggled in-between.
That’s so interesting. I’ll keep that in mind for when I implement some web service connectors. Thanks for the tip @JakubDudek