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When upserting the fields of Attachment such as Name, upsert works while upserting body like:

SObject upsertDoc1 = new SObject("Attachment");
            upsertDoc1.setField("Name", "dummyattach_gloria.txt");
            upsertDoc1.setField("ID", "00P1a000000FrAAACA0");
            upsertDoc1.setField("Body", "aHR0cDovL3N0bGFiLmFkb2JlLmNvbS93aWtpL2ltYWdlcy9kL2QzL1Rlc3QucGRm");

The upsert fails with the error:

The Upsert failed because: Body: value not of required type: aHR0cDovL3N0bGFiLmFkb2JlLmNvbS93aWtpL2ltYWdlcy9kL2QzL1Rlc3QucGRm

This is a Base64 field. How do I deal with this kind of update? Additionally, should I also be updating the BodyLength or will it be handled automatically?

Thanks.

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  • If you also set the "ContentType" to "text/plain" does it still fail? I notice that the base64 decodes to the text "stlab.adobe.com/wiki/images/d/d3/Test.pdf".
    – Keith C
    May 28, 2015 at 22:03
  • Yes, still fails. I don't think this is an issue with the other fields.
    – dmachop
    May 28, 2015 at 22:06

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you should pass a byte [] as the value to setField, not the base64 encoded value, the SOAP client will automatically encode it for you.

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