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ODPS http subscriptionTest request for XXX=YYY RICs

Hello,
We are using the following http command to check the permission through ODPS for a user to access prices for an item :

http://trrt:8088/command=subscriptionTest&user=r_msa&position=1.1.1.1/net&application=185&closure=r_msa1.1.1.1/net185&service=IDN_RDF&item=GBPJPY1MO=&lock=0301017072c0&ondemand=no&usage=denial&requesttype=normal&autope=false

It is working fine for items with the pattern XXX=, but it is not working for RICs XXX=YYY
Also I tested setting fake values for the item : (below TESTESTEST)

http://trrt:8088/command=subscriptionTest&user=r_msa&position=1.1.1.1/net&application=185&closure=r_msa1.1.1.1/net185&service=IDN_RDF&item=TESTESTEST&lock=0301017072c0&ondemand=no&usage=denial&requesttype=normal&autope=false

And it seems to do not impact anything in the result.
Is it expected ? How should we handle the RIC following the pattern XXX=YYY ?

Thanks,

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@Henri.GARDON

Thanks for reaching out to us.

You can try to use the HTML URL encoding for the '=' character in RICs. For example, 'XXX=YYY' can be encoded to 'XXX%3DYYY'.

However, if it doesn't work, please contact the ODPS support team directly via MyRefinitiv.

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Hello @Jirapongse ,

Thank you a lot, indeed that is working now !

Regards,

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