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Description

Multiple conditions on filter criteria generating long URLs become no longer visible in the breadcrumbs due to URL limitations. The error "400 bad request" is thrown on the javascript console. REST APIs do not implicitly support Tiny URLs (sysparm_tiny query parameter). The QueryParseService in Condition Builder should automatically create TinyUrls for GET requests that are too long.

 

Steps to Reproduce

1. Navigate to Reports > Report Source.
2. Right click on the list header and select the Import XML.
3. Click on Choose File and choose the attached xml file.
4. Click the upload button.
5. Open the record "Test Filters" in report source table.
Notice the filters (153) defined on that record can not be seen or accessed. Observe the "400 Bad request" error on the browser console.

Workaround

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Related Problem: PRB1342958

Seen In

London Patch 8 Hot Fix 2
Madrid Patch 3 Hot Fix 2
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Intended Fix Version

Orlando Patch 1
Paris

Fixed In

New York Patch 6

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Article Information

Last Updated:2020-02-17 01:01:58
Published:2020-01-23