This is what I have in my program:

        begsr JSON_Save;
           if (success);
              httpStatus = 200;
else;
              httpStatus = 500;
endif;
           CharVar = 'Status: ' + %char(httpStatus) + CRLF

                   + 'Content-type: text/plain' + CRLF
                   + CRLF;
           QtmhWrStout( charVar : %len(charVar): err );

           yajl_copyBuf( CCSID
                       : %addr(bigCharVar)
                       : %size(bigCharVar)
                       : length );

           yajl_genClose();
           QtmhWrStout( bigCharVar : length: err );
        endsr;

I believe that is an accurate copy/paste of Scott's example.  Typos get past me, but I checked more than three times.

Is it possible that there is a library issue?  When I sign in I have to edit my library list to include YAJL.   So how would a web service know to add YAJL?



On 9/30/2018 8:10 AM, Bradley Stone wrote:
Yes, Booth. This is the part that writes the headers:

CharVar = 'Status: ' + %char(httpStatus) + CRLF
+ 'Content-type: text/plain' + CRLF
+ CRLF;
QtmhWrStout( charVar : %len(charVar): err );
...


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