Formatting Special or Reserved Characters - Mobile Access for Android - English - Foundation 22.1 - OnBase - Essential - Premier - Standard - external - Essential - Premier - Standard

Mobile Access for Android

Platform
OnBase
Product
Mobile Access for Android
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Essential
Premier
Standard

When used as part of a keyword value, special or reserved characters must be percent-encoded in order to correctly pass the value into the keyword panel during upload. If these characters are left unencoded, OnBase will fail to pass the information into the keyword field.

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

onbasemobile://upload?dtid=101&kw1098=José

In this example, the foreign character in the keyword parameter has been percent-encoded:

onbasemobile://upload?dtid=101&kw1098=Jos%C3%A9