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Error when using Kaizala upload media from attachment (please delete, wrong board)

(Reposted to Building Flows)


Hi All,


I'm having an issue using the Kaizala - Upload Media from Attachment action.  I get the error message: 

{"statusCode":500,"headers":{"Access-Control-Allow-Origin":"*","Date":"Wed, 06 Jan 2021 13:21:38 GMT","Content-Length":"175","Content-Type":"application/json"},"body":{"message":"ProcessUploadAttachement: Problem in Parsing the JSON. Unable to cast object of type 'Newtonsoft.Json.Linq.JValue' to type 'Newtonsoft.Json.Linq.JObject'."}}d


In the flow, I'm getting an attachment from an email and trying to post it to Kaizala.  I have to first save the attachment in a string variable.


Kaizala Upload.png


If I try to put the contents directly in the media file box, I get: 

Media File Direct.png


Flow save failed with code 'OpenApiOperationParameterValidationFailed' and message 'Input parameter 'request' validation failed in workflow operation 'Upload_media_from_attachment_2': The parameter with value '"@items('For_Each_Attachment')?['contentBytes']"' in path 'request/fileContent' with type/format 'String/byte' is not convertible to type/format 'Object'.'.



I saw another user having an issue with uploading media to Kaizala and getting the same error message I'm getting.  It was on a separate post that had already been solved, so I wanted to create a new one.


Thanks in advance.


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