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Hamell
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ResponseSwaggerSchemaValidationFailure. The API 'kaizala' returned an invalid response for workflow operation 'Cuando_alguien_responde_a_una_acción_personalizada' of type 'OpenApiConnectionWebhook'. Error details: 'The API operation 'ActionResponseOnGroup' requires the property 'body/answer1' to be of type 'String' but is of type 'Float'.'

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Carlos_Paredes
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Hi Team, 

 

I got the same error message yesterday when using a Kaizala custom action card to create a flow

Screenshot 2020-10-01 142525.jpg

Regards

Carlos

I have the exact same error, what's causing this? All my flows have grounded to a halt as a result and we are much less productive now!!! So frustrating....

 

 

 

Any help here? Am still struggling to get this resolved and as a result my entire solutions are not working.

 

I am pretty certain the issue is to do with the trigger as my actions haven't changed. Further, the error is showing for multiple questions on my custom action.

 

@Carlos_Paredes and @Hamell did you get any solution to this?

 

Kaizala Action Error.png

 

 

Juan_Carlos_G
New Member

Any help here? I am presented with this error today, I am struggling to resolve this, and as a result all my solutions are not working.

aanyoti
Helper I
Helper I

Is there anyone who can assist here?? Who needs to be contacted for feedback to be provided?? Am certain the issue is with the Trigger as all my solutions were working perfectly before this. 

 

@JuanS , @Carlos_Paredes@Hamell - have any of you found a solution??

I feel as if this problem is either being ignored or not being taken seriously which is very disappointing. Why cant we get any feedback???

JuanS
Frequent Visitor

JuanS_0-1611218437031.png

It looks line the "answer" provided in Answer5 is set as Object and the Api requires it to be type String

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