Invalid character in a Base-64 string
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I'm having issues with the following web_url statement. I'm sending in the correct URL however its being changed and throwing an error "Invalid character in a Base-64 string".
For example %2b is being changed to a +
My web_url call is as follows...
"URL=http://dste-afp-pwqv-v1.afpntnet.ad.afp.gov.au/Afp.Promis.Web.QuickView_TST_V1/QuickView/Templates/Entities/PERSON.aspx?message=fLxozTivISpZ4j0znLnh5sQmQO1gcZ DNjxt188n%2b9bfGSKu28Z2zb%2fPMMCoys0GOQW%2fctUHuER QqkOT7cdj9d%2f1Ka7CNpjsU%2fyqDUefFiPmBFfk7ILEAq4WF G0uz12buUbBWVXRrE0DPKGSrY2o4WUZl%2bnSegE7bdPUVqWLR fdsAzkFNKPg75QsQi23CjMAO61zT%2fykUkBRC17kpja15YYSQ %2b%2barKO4J4SSCfixUNcn0oR4Ey9DLQiG0HhzGX4tgls4grR rDxC%2b8hsvsoi8UFKMUGkzRPZOyIU5dbAI0l4bry8bNxQWlLq VWqKM8yDPDg%2fCCXpWo1wHhC56kXzsh%2fiWZo%2b8%2fE5W% 2bqmGrC%2fcPbnIoMFn3LmqK64gO9YiDdV0d0AlX4OTwdVMugB wlreTFF49IR1GAQOGIozqYh4tGOd272Af5xtPjsuHCEDS1hXWq Jf2WKCtyJZUnoDFSRbgVErBxiXm8GlSOrPag4ofKk70BkQvz%2 fxGn5FBM8P1smx4p5V93nPwZDKdNkANL%2bcYSQsrH5HPNP0Qs uKaOx6U%2b0F3l53g3%2f%2b4O5LuIziiFx5Z8T%2boJq9CxQK Dq%2bFC5WtBQU04yRUI65eDUu6ySHeF2TizufD%2bbw9vDJgKn XohwlHj4Kb%2fwbTCWQ7V0YK9bEaStov4Iu8BHIfyqYIdTyXkI A7E%3d"
The URL that is being passed to the browser is as follows..
If anyone has any ideas how I can prevent URL I'm passing being changed it would be appreciated
Re: Invalid character in a Base-64 string
You have to figure out what the string is REALLY supposed to look like.
Then from there, use C or web_convert_param (correct function name?) to get the right form.