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DocPop

Platform
OnBase
Product
DocPop
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

Certain characters used in the parameters of the URL need to be percent-encoded using either UTF-8 or UTF-16 encoding, for example, foreign characters or disallowed key characters. If these characters are left unencoded, DocPop or PDFPop will fail to retrieve the intended documents.

In this example, the Keyword Type parameter in the following URL contains a foreign character which must be percent-encoded:

http://WebServer/appnet/DocPop/docpop.aspx?KT131_0_0_0= VÁCLAV+HAVEL &clienttype=html&cqid=106

In this example, the foreign character in the Keyword Type parameter has been changed to be percent-encoded:

http://WebServer/appnet/DocPop/docpop.aspx?KT131_0_0_0= V%C3%81CLAV+HAVEL &clienttype=html&cqid=106

Note:

When using the DocPop URL Creator, special characters will automatically be encoded upon generation of the DocPop URL.