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Multiline web_reg_find not functioning properly

Hi everybody.

We are having some issues with regards to a web_reg_find call in a Web HTTP/HTML script.

 

The call is as follows:

web_reg_find("Search=All",

    "Text=  Benvenuto \r\n"
    "\t\t<br>\r\n"
    "\t\t&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Monitor&nbsp;PORPW",
    LAST);

 

It seems that even if the call fails and the text is NOT found, the transaction in which it is contained does not fail.

 

Any suggestion would be appreciated.

Thank you!

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Hello

Web _reg_find may not work on all applications and this is ok to ignore, however this may mean you are having issues usually related to correlation or security, check the responses you get on the logs on the step before and after the web_reg_find, based on what you find in there you will know if you can ignore this or if you need to do some fix on the script

regards
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Hello!

 

There are some syntax errors. The commas after the first and second red line are missing.

 

Regards

Thomas

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