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Here is the code I use:

Set tHttpRequest = ## class (% Net.HttpRequest). New ()
From tHttpRequest.ContentTypeSet ("application / json")
From tHttpRequest.SetHeader ("Authorization", "Basic [Base64String]")
From tHttpRequest.ContentCharsetSet ("utf-8")
From tHttpRequest.EntityBody.Write (tJsonTxt)

Hi John

In this case the problem is not in BP but in your BS asynchronous.

Try a test by swapping your BS call to sync.

After this change the messages will start to queue within your BP

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Obrigado Giba.


rror 405 refers to method not allowed.

Probably this being invoked a method that only supports GET as a POST.


Try the function

## Class (% SYS.LDAP) .Err2String (7)

Try the function, using the return code in place of 7 below
## Class (% SYS.LDAP) .Err2String (7)

My Caché is in Portuguese

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On the server, check the user access permissions used by the cache in the operating system for the mapping path


there is no way to know which is the last line, since each
  return line becomes a message in a unique single session on the bus.

To have control over the data packet returned by the database, in this case it would be interesting to return the data through a BusinessOperation and iterate over the list returned through a Business Process.

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Use this code in namespace %sys:

update Security.Users set FullName =  'GOKU', Comment= 'Oi eu sou o GOKU' where id = 'gsjunior'

where the ID is the user login

Hi in this case I have already used a function that returns a string, with this I came to a utility very similar to the switch case of other languages Sorry for the possible inconsistency in the response, it was translated by google translator