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Hello

Update - This has started working again today, so it must have been something at your end…I guess?! Where this threw me, is the error message mentioned ‘sandbox’ and I as far as I understood it, I am not working in a sandbox. Anyway, all OK now.

Can someone help with the below error message?

I had previously created an API services to pull 100+ records into Appgyver and tonight it has stopped working. Thing is, I was experimenting with the API GET COLLECTION configuration within Appgyver but I reverted everything, and now I am getting this (what I was trying to do was configure a URL Placeholder, so I had altered the URL slightly but it is now back as it was…) What is stumping me is why the Service is not working with the Table within Backendless…how me fiddling with Appgyver has broken the service within Backendless.

Any help appreciated?!

Thanks
Paul

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Hello @Paul_McCullen

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Is this error still reproducible for you?

Hi Vladimir

Sorry, my post is unclear as I updated it today, after initially raising the issue yesterday…but it starting working correctly today, so I cannot reproduce it… It was really odd as I hadn’t done anything in Backendless BUT I was messing around with the API in Appgyver that calls Backendless.

Today, I have added four new tables to Backendless and configured what I was trying to do yesterday in Appgyver…which was a ‘URL Placeholder’ and the URL is now referencing each table as required…so definitely working great today.

My app id is DE9727E5-8683-E098-FF56-9D23955C8300

Thanks
Paul