Posted: 14 Sep 2017 9:30 EDT Last activity: 16 Oct 2018 12:03 EDT
Alexa response error in Pega
I configured the Alexa channel and Facebook channel in the Pega 7.3 portal. The thing I am not successful is the connectivity issue from both the developer portals (Amazon and Facebook) to our internet-hosted Pega 7.3 portal. Please follow the Pega URL I used for developing.
Amazon portal is throwing below error while trying to connect to the link.
"There was an error calling the remote endpoint, which returned HTTP 400: Bad Request”
I do not have expertise in web-certificates but there is a requirement to choose a certificate to connect Pega portal.
This is what PDN article suggested doing.
In the Certificate for NA Endpoint section, do one of the following actions:
If your organization has a wildcard certificate from a certificate authority, click My development endpoint is a sub-domain of a domain that has a wildcard certificate from the certificate authority.
If your organization uses its own certificates from a trusted certificate authority, click My development endpoint has a certificate from a trusted certificate authority
Can you please help me out?
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Text Responses in the multi-channel platform generate Paragraph rules behind the scenes. You can add a dynamic reference such as <<D_pyUserWorkList.pxResults(1).pyStatus>> to the text body. You can do this in the Alexa channel configuration screen or locate your paragraph rules , which should be automatically created within the Work-Interaction-Channel-Alexa class.
You may need to construct a Data Page to gather the correct data. System pages such as pxRequest, OperatorID, Application, pyInteraction, etc. should be available to you use in filtering a report definition.