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How can I dehydrate a file?

  • 4 November 2020
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I am trying to read the contents of a file so I can process the fields in it...The file is represented with hydrate in the URL.  My understanding is this is the reference to the file in zapier.  How do I get to the contents of this file?

 

hydrate|||.eJxdT8tugzAQ_JVqew3YSYpKuLXnqqqUD0AOXrBVY4wfPBL137tUnLqH1T5mZ2Yf0Aw2oo11XB1CBZ9wAG1DFLbBWkuojvx8uryUp_MBWo1G1lb0G1DiVLfaIOG_Z-G7ANUDdpJ9nryhRsXoQsWYQSGDoxzQmRRy7OwaMW-Gnrl0E06z6cjakO2G2FUJj_L_GXN-kKmJerCZ0ROy5-vHV8Y5fy14ceFU5UtvSNzjmDDEzVWPUQ30CnQYaaOIEf2f37dEG6_vYuMjwDuSpn-aVdmVyd0WL7pimdZ57NuxDHf4ofgF0DhqVA:1kaNXr:loPHfgKoE59x0BtWJoE8qxrObkE|||hydrate

 

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I have also tried to use the URL reference to the file in a GET webhook.  This returnes “Error downloading file from third-part app”

 

https://zapier.com/engine/hydrate/122074/.eJxdT8tugzAQ_JVqew3YSYpKuLXnqqqUD0AOXrBVY4wfPBL137tUnLqH1T5mZ2Yf0Aw2oo11XB1CBZ9wAG1DFLbBWkuojvx8uryUp_MBWo1G1lb0G1DiVLfaIOG_Z-G7ANUDdpJ9nryhRsXoQsWYQSGDoxzQmRRy7OwaMW-Gnrl0E06z6cjakO2G2FUJj_L_GXN-kKmJerCZ0ROy5-vHV8Y5fy14ceFU5UtvSNzjmDDEzVWPUQ30CnQYaaOIEf2f37dEG6_vYuMjwDuSpn-aVdmVyd0WL7pimdZ57NuxDHf4ofgF0DhqVA:1kaNXr:loPHfgKoE59x0BtWJoE8qxrObkE/

 

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I have also tried to use the URL reference to the file in a GET webhook.  This returnes “Error downloading file from third-part app”

 

https://zapier.com/engine/hydrate/122074/.eJxdT8tugzAQ_JVqew3YSYpKuLXnqqqUD0AOXrBVY4wfPBL137tUnLqH1T5mZ2Yf0Aw2oo11XB1CBZ9wAG1DFLbBWkuojvx8uryUp_MBWo1G1lb0G1DiVLfaIOG_Z-G7ANUDdpJ9nryhRsXoQsWYQSGDoxzQmRRy7OwaMW-Gnrl0E06z6cjakO2G2FUJj_L_GXN-kKmJerCZ0ROy5-vHV8Y5fy14ceFU5UtvSNzjmDDEzVWPUQ30CnQYaaOIEf2f37dEG6_vYuMjwDuSpn-aVdmVyd0WL7pimdZ57NuxDHf4ofgF0DhqVA:1kaNXr:loPHfgKoE59x0BtWJoE8qxrObkE/

 

I tried to access this URL too and got the same error and the HTTP status code was 404. I guess the hydrator function that downloads the file wasn’t able to fetch the file from the API it works with. Maybe the file doesn’t exist.