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jballard81
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Error parsing XML response

Good afternoon!

 

I'm using Web.Contents to perform an XML API call. It looks like it's working, but when i drill into the response data i see this exception error:

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I've tried to google this error and haven't had any luck. When i run the API call manually and then import the returned XML file, PowerBI recognizes it with no issues.

 

Thanks!

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jballard81
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well after carefully comparing another working call, i found i was missing double quotes around the api address. so to the error's credit, it was pointing me in the right direction!

 

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jballard81
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well after carefully comparing another working call, i found i was missing double quotes around the api address. so to the error's credit, it was pointing me in the right direction!

 

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