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Modified Query Parameters In Service Endpoint Definition Are Not Saved After Modification (Doc ID 2443457.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 05, 2019

Applies to:

Visual Builder - Classic - Version 15.4.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This knowledge article reflects updated product names. Visual Builder was formerly known as Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS). Please see KM for the full list of recently renamed PaaS services.

Visual Builder Version: 18.2.5
Build Number: d25952c92619504026c080a98a2ce54a0bea829f (2018-05-15 22:31:20)
Runtime Version:
JET runtime version: v5.0.0-rc4

On Visual Builder was defined several service connections with different query parameters set and between all the parameters defined, the "fields" parameter that is configured to "extract" a restricted subset of fields in the response.

Then it was defined for the the Service connection Name = "Activities" and for the endpoints getall_activities, in Request-> URL Parameters, defined the request's Query parameters "fields" with the following values :

Name Type Default Value
fields String DueDate,ActivityType,Subject

After this, the default value was modified, and three more fields were added: ActivityId,AccountId,ActivityNumber; stepping off the text input.

The message bar displays the "saved message" with the timestamp. If a test is run, one can see the response with the additional fields added.
However if one returns to the application list and then navigates back to the service endpoint definition the additional fields previously added disappear.
There is no error on the UI, but the fields mentioned above go missing after refresh.

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