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HI Denny

Trakcare publishes it's CSPs as Deployed, so a standard install will not contain a user friendly way to view them


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Chris

Hi David

Are you specifying the HTTP verb in the $.ajax call?

Thanks

Chris

HI Fabio


I've built it into my Authentication routine on my REST services, as all of my functionality goes through REST.  I created a simple Audit class, and had each call to the Authentication include information specific to which service called it.

 

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Chris

HI Gary

There's an example of this in the SAMPLES database if you have that installed.  Take a look for upload.csp in /csp/samples

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CHris

Reposting as an answer to get this removed from the "Unanswered questions" list

HI Rui

Unicode 0x3 is the ETX character, which can be used as newline in certain text editors.  Any control chars are disallowed in XML processing, so these should be stripped from whatever query you are using to drive this report

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Chris

Are there locks against this global?  You can check this with View Locks in the Management Portal

Also, are you sure that the Backup was taken using an appropriate backup tool?   Generally a backup will be taken from a consistent state, and would not include locking