I am attempting to hit the /connect/cms/delivery/channels/{{channelId}}/contents​/search?page=1&pageSize=20&queryTerm=test&scope=All REST API endpoint but am getting the following 404 response errors.

NOTE: {{channelId}} is a variable. It is replaced with the actual channelId when run.

    "errorCode": "NOT_FOUND",
    "message": "The requested resource does not exist"

I've verified that the authentication is working as hitting the /connect/cms/delivery/channels endpoint works perfectly returning:

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Hitting the /connect/cms/delivery/channels/channelId​/contents/query also works too. Its just the /search endpoint that returns an error.

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When I tried the URL you posted I too got 404 error code. Then I manually typed in the endpoint /services/data/v50.0/connect/cms/delivery/channels/0ap7F000000KyutQAC/contents/search?page=1&pageSize=20&queryTerm=test&scope=All and it succeeded(You too should get the success with this URL).

when I posted the endpoint in the online special character identifier , I noticed a special character that is giving the 404 error. enter image description here

  • the {{channelId}} is a postman variable, so it replaces it with the actual channelId when running the endpoint. Is there a reason you're using v50.0 of the endpoint? Gave it a crack with the v50.0 endpoint and its still throwing 404 errors.
    – lu_ke____
    Mar 25, 2022 at 0:08
  • @lu_ke____ I understand that it is a variable. I want to emphasize that 404 happened because the endpoint URL has a special character that is shown as red in the image above. You will need to remove it and try the GET call to succeed. See similar post from past. Mar 25, 2022 at 7:18
  • Of course salesforce would put special characters in their documentation. Thanks for the pick up.
    – lu_ke____
    Mar 26, 2022 at 3:30
  • I’m happy to get the documentation corrected if you can share the link to it. Thank you Mar 26, 2022 at 5:06

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