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System.StringException: Unrecognized base64 character: \

The content you are receiving is not Base64: it is Base64 inside JSON, which you are asking the server to provide to you. Base64 encoding uses the characters [A-Za-z0-9+/]. The backslash and quote ...
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Details for function Script.Util.HttpResponse

As a note, Script.Util.HttpResponse is not a user function, it is instead the Response Object from the other Script.Util calls. For details to correctly parse information from it, I would look at my ...
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REST Request is rejected since Winter 23 hit the preview enabled sandbox

Due to enhanced domains been enforced in the Winter 23 release, the hostnames have been updated From orgName--sandboxName.my.salesforce.com To orgName--sandboxName.sandbox.my.salesforce.com I assume ...
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HTTP Request Ignoring Body

If you use a HEAD request rather than a GET, the server will return all the headers associated with the URL (and so you can tell if it exists, content type etc), but won't return the body. so instead ...
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How to make HttpGet service pagination with a limit of a million or more?

Simply put, you can't. While is trivial to build a service that returns, say, up to 50,000 rows, there's simply no mechanism for preserving a QueryLocator across Apex Code transactions, and with one ...
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Parsing JSON response giving null pointer exception

Try it with JSON like: {"stock_prices":[{"code":"AAPL.US","timestamp":1569593940,"gmtoffset":0,"open":220.54,"high":220.96, "low":219.79,"close":220.24,"volume":3397713,"previousClose":219.89, "...
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Problem with testing void HttpRequest

I imagine that you're probably running into an exception like "List index out of bounds: 0" when you run this test. You haven't inserted any Account records as part of your test method. That,...
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System.NullPointerException: Attempt to de-reference a null object Error while parsing XML response

You have <retour> elements without a child <url> element, as for example <retour> <publication>20180917123004</publication> <production>20180917123004</...
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How to send error from HttpPost to Callout if ExternalID is the same?

you can do SOQL query on Item__c filtering by ExternalID__c field. If result is not empty, then set statusCode to relevant one. You can find list of all status codes here. do not set RestContext....
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Having trouble deserializing a JSON string of Objects

When you use JSON.deserializeUntyped(data), you need to perform type casting to tell the Apex compiler what kind of object you're working with or you'll get errors because the type Object has no ...
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Downfalls to using HTTPGet() to see if an asset exists

Firstly, you don't need to print (v) a variable if you are using it inside an AMPscript block. You can change: set @ItemAssetCall = HTTPGet(v(@ItemAsset),true,1,@ItemAssetCallStatus) to: set @...
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JSONParser.getText() results in null but not interpreted as null in if statements

Use VALUE_NULL token getText() Returns the textual representation of the current token or null if there's no current token. Since you explicitly were calling getText() without checking for null ...
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How to handle an HTTP response time beyond two minutes?

@Anshul provided an Amazing answer on how to handle callouts in async way. But still the question here is"The maximum callout time is 120,000 milliseconds" i.e You can't go beyond 2mins via any async ...
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How to handle null keys in JSON response?

You can use the Safe Navigation Operator (?.) to safely ignore null values: accountWrapper.personDeathYear = person.death?.yearOfDeath; This returns null the moment a NullPointerException would ...
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Salesforce Apex Api is Returning response with Escape Character

Don't do this: return JSON.serialize(responseWrapper); Just return responseWrapper; You're returning a String, which Apex is then serializing to JSON by escaping it. You don't need to serialize your ...
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Parsing HTTP JSON Response

When you're traversing throughout your data list, you need to cast each Object to Map<String, Object>. In this Map you can already retrieve id value. Then you should retrieve attributes map, ...
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How to Create Records from XML Data?

Looks like you are close with 'Option A'. The issue you're running into is that you're not getting deep enough into your XML hierarchy before trying to look for individual orders. Given your input ...
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How to read HTTP Response values from Visualforce correctly?

You can use getBodyDocument instead, which would look like this: Dom.Document doc = response.getBodyDocument(); String tempKey = doc.getRootElement() .getChildElement('Result', null)...
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Why do I get "method doesn't exist or bad signature"?

You are getting this error because your save_search_results method is not static, but your fetch method is. So the latter cannot see the former. Mark save_search_results as a static method as well.
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How to get raw response from .NET force.com toolkit when using QueryAsync

Lets go down the rabbit hole! ForceClient.QueryAsync JsonHttpClient.HttpGetAsync BaseHttpClient.HttpGetAsync protected async Task<string> HttpGetAsync(Uri uri) { var responseMessage = ...
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facing System.CalloutException for HTTP response in test class

The dreaded "uncommited work" exception! For any given transaction, ALL of the Callouts have to happen before ANY of the DML. Looks like your test Class does an insert awbNomOn; followed by a ...
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Writing a Test Class for AuraEnabled HTTPResponse Callouts

The code you posted in your question passes with 100% coverage in my developer org when copied verbatim, except for changing {MY-URL-ENDPOINT} to a real String. As a sanity test, I also wrote a unit ...
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Use the generated Session ID of website to fetch an ID of that external system through Apex class

First you need to deserialize the response and then get the key Map<String,object> responseMap =(Map<String,object>)JSON.deserializeUntyped(authresp.getBody()) ; String token = String....
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Displaying Json Data on Visualforce

Each column needs a simple data value rather than a complex object as its value so something like: <apex:column value="{!pg.Name}"/> <apex:column value="{!pg.Description}"/> ... where ...
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How to serialize response in string?

Apex takes care of the serialization if you just return the string from your method. From the documentation: If the method returns void, then Apex REST returns the response in the responseBody ...
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Apex removes \n from HTTP Response

Try displaying the String with the help of JSENCODE and then replacing \n with <br/> tag. Below is the sample code to display the string on VF page: <apex:outputLabel value="{!SUBSTITUTE(...
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Http request not returning token through Apex

So if anyone is blindly stumbling around trying to create a HTTP request like me, make sure that you pay attention to cases sensitivity in the authorisation header. In my case I was using "BASIC token"...
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Latest API version in APex class

You forgot a couple of quotation marks, so you're trying to call the literal url: /services/data/+version+/query Instead of what you intended: /services/data/40.0/query You need to add the missing ...
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a way to return value from @future method

You can achieve this by three way 1. Use Queueable ID jobID = System.enqueueJob(new AsyncExecutionExample()); which will return ID of job and by which you can query your job status once its ...
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How to use HttpGet service to get a list of objects and create them?

You can do that using SOQL offset. Add an attribute called as offset in your SOQL and in your rest service @HttpGet global static List<Item__c> getItem(){ RestRequest req = RestContext....
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