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[OO Support Tip] Updating to CP 11 the op HTTP Post at /../HTTP Client fails - invalid input length

Issue:

 

After updating to Content Pack 11 the operation HTTP Post found at "/Library/Operation/HTTP Client" fails with invalid input length.

 

 

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR:

 

After installation of Content Pack 11, running a flow that contains the operation HTTP Post found at " /Library/Operation/HTTP Client" fails giving the following error:

 

Invalid inputs: input name list and input value list must have the same length at com.hp.oo.content.commons.util.....

 

OO does not detect any fields between delimiters if there is no input value between them, leading to failure in the execution of the operation with the error that there is a difference between the lenghts of the input name and input value lists

 

If you ran the same HTTP post task operation under Content Pack 6, it works fine

 

 

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR:

 

The operation should work no matter if there are any values between delimiters or if the fields are left blank

 

HOW-TO-REPRODUCE:

 

1) Import the attached flow

2) CP6 - > HTTP Post operation works

3) CP11 -> HTTP Post fails with the described error

 

ENVIRONMENT: (Hardware, OS, OS Version, Browser, etc)

 

OS: Linux

 

Solution:

 

Please contact OO Support and request hotfix - HF_171788

HP Support
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