I'm trying to get a response from a web URL that I have to build dynamically using variables that get set during the course of the script. When I try to use a variable that has been set earlier in the script, the script fails to validate with this error:
Create URL Document: Invalid parameter value: WeekDate: com.cisco.expression.ExpressionSemanticException: not a final variable: WeekDate
Because of the nature of the application, this variable cannot be set as a final variable. How can this be done?
The documentation for Create URL Document step is incorrect in existing 4.0(x) documentation. In the documentation for Create URL Document step, Timeout is specified as a variable that indicates the amount of time in seconds that the system waits before timing out when accessing the URL. Based on the behavior experienced, this should be 'milliseconds' instead.
There is no workaround unless you know upfront that the documentation is incorrect. Most individuals will not know this unless they test this for themselves and it does not work and they escalate to engineering. If you know it is incorrect you can increase the value of the timeout accordingly.
What does the audio tag have in it exactly? The reason I ask is because the language you are using is "en" versus "en_US" and there is an extra l in your post. Probably just an editting thing but I just wanted to sure.
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