Internal Server Error with query.v1

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Geoff Hudik

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Sep 29, 2014, 5:17:41 PM9/29/14
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I issued the following request using basic auth and valid credentials:
    POST https://www2.v1host.com/CyberCoders01/query.v1 HTTP/1.1
  "from: Story\r\nwhere:\r\nNumber: B-04904"

Response was a generic 500 Server Error. How do I find out the error that occurred? Not sure what might be wrong / how to troubleshoot.

Saxon, Will

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Sep 29, 2014, 5:24:56 PM9/29/14
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Does it work with JSON? Do you need indentation before the 'Number' with YAML?

 

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Geoff Hudik

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Sep 29, 2014, 6:42:31 PM9/29/14
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There was no indenting, just line breaks.

I followed the example here:

Same result posting Json as below:
{"from":"Story","where":["Number: B-04904"]}


On Monday, September 29, 2014 2:24:56 PM UTC-7, Saxon, Will wrote:

Does it work with JSON? Do you need indentation before the 'Number' with YAML?

 

Will Saxon  |  System Administrator

Greenway Health  |  13545 Progress Blvd., Alachua, FL 32615

(386) 418-7341 office  |  (813) 382-8806 mobile

 

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Subject: Internal Server Error with query.v1

 

I issued the following request using basic auth and valid credentials:

    POST https://www2.v1host.com/CyberCoders01/query.v1 HTTP/1.1

  "from: Story\r\nwhere:\r\nNumber: B-04904"

 

Response was a generic 500 Server Error. How do I find out the error that occurred? Not sure what might be wrong / how to troubleshoot.

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Saxon, Will

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Sep 30, 2014, 6:54:51 AM9/30/14
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That's what I mean – I think YAML may require indentation for 'Number,' but you didn't put any.

 

For the JSON, I think you might need to quote "Number" and "B-04904" separately:

 

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