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Siva Ramesh 1Siva Ramesh 1 

Einstein Language Intent - 400 Bad Request

I have been trying to use the Intent Web Service and I am able to get a 200 and Response when I POST from cURL and SOAPUI. However, when I construct the request body in APEX and POST am getting a Error - 400 which is a generic BAD request response. I have inspected the requests from cURL and my Apex anonymous code and both are identical. Not sure why I am getting this error. With limited error message details (since Language is still in Beta) am unable to proceed. Below are screenshots from requestbin -

POST from Salesforce -

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POST from cURL -

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Michael Machado 22Michael Machado 22

Can you try again? We just made a change that should address any outstanding issues.


Siva Ramesh 1Siva Ramesh 1
Thats what I thought. I was getting a 300 error and nugenix server restart. Will try and advise! Regards, Siva Ramesh
Siva Ramesh 1Siva Ramesh 1
Am getting a Status=Unauthorized, StatusCode=401 - Invalid authentication scheme. I generated a new token to ensure that is not a issue
Siva Ramesh 1Siva Ramesh 1
Here is the error when I try posting using cURL
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JeanMarc SoumetJeanMarc Soumet
Siva what is the url you are using in your cURL call?
Can you provide the API call without your oauth token?
Siva Ramesh 1Siva Ramesh 1

Am using the and am getting a failed to connect to Port 80 exception while trying to POST from cURL. 

Below is the API call -

Http h = new Http();
     // Instantiate a new HTTP request
    HttpRequest req = new HttpRequest();
    // Send the request, and return a response
    String contentBoundary =  HttpFormBuilder.WriteBoundary();
    String modelId = ''; //insert your model Id
    String sampleId= 'test';

   String content = 'how is my package being shipped?';
   String contentType = '';//'\nContent-Type: text/plain\nContent-Transfer-Encoding: gzip';
   String token = 'Insert the token here';
// assemble the body payload
    String headerValue = '----' + contentBoundary  + contentType+ '\nContent-Disposition: form-data; name="modelId";\n\n'  + modelId + '\n';
    String body =  '----' + contentBoundary +contentType+ '\nContent-Disposition: form-data; name="document";\n\n'  + content  + '\n';
    String bodySample = '----' + contentBoundary + '\nContent-Disposition: form-data; name="sampleId";\n\n'  + 'Test'  + '\n';
    String footer ='----'+ contentBoundary + '--' ;
    String bodyPayload = headerValue + body + footer; 

     String authorizationHeader = 'Bearer ' + token;
     req.setHeader('Content-Type', 'multipart/form-data; boundary=' + '--'+ contentBoundary);
     req.setHeader('Authorization', authorizationHeader);
     req.setHeader('Cache-Control', 'no-cache');
    //if the request and response for your REST call is JSON, use the code below.
     req.setHeader('accept', '*/*');
     req.setHeader('Compressed', 'true');
    // system.debug('the body of the request is '+bodyPayLoad);
     //req.setHeader('Accept', '*/*');
    system.debug('request is'+req.getBody());
    HttpResponse res = h.send(req);
    system.debug('the response is '+ res.getBody());
JeanMarc SoumetJeanMarc Soumet
This looks more like Apex code. I just added recently some util classes for Apex. Can you try to use from