I'm using the following HTTP GET procedure but the URL string get's truncated.

http://procurement.denhartogh.local/api/connection-shipping-line-tariff?Appkey=41aaa56-e0f1-4033-a864-7d9fd5c39e4f&startPort_UN_Locode=NL RTM&endPort_UN_Locode=US MSY&tF_ShippingLineId=3206&tF_CreditorId=3206&tF_BookingAddressId=3206&rateType=0&selectionDate=2019-10-31

The API receives only until the '....=NL'. So it looks like the string is truncated. It only receives the first 140 characters or so.

Is this a setting in the database?

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Found the issue. Need to convert the parameters to replace spaces with %20

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