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Well, I figured out the problem in this particular case (duh): <updated>YYYY-09-DDT08:20:01.526Z</updated> Date formatting booboo. That said, I still have the same general question about diagnosing such problems in general - is there no way you (CC) can include more specific into in the error message? Or, in the absense of that, is there any suggestions on other more reliable diagnosis techniques than "look and guess"? Mike
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Hi, I'm trying to do a similar post (for the first time using the CC API), and am getting the same error message - but I don't know how to diagnose exactly which part of my request is wrong. Any help on how to do that? Here is my request body: <?xml version="1.0"?> <entry xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom"> <title type="text" /> <updated>YYYY-09-DDT08:20:01.526Z</updated> <author /> <id>data:,none</id> <summary type="text">Contact</summary> <content type="application/vnd.ctct+xml"> <Contact xmlns="http://ws.constantcontact.com/ns/1.0/"> <EmailAddress>email@example.com</EmailAddress> <EmailType>HTML</EmailType> <FirstName>first_634827756011461962</FirstName> <LastName>last_634827756011461962</LastName> <OptInSource>ACTION_BY_CONTACT</OptInSource> <ContactLists /> </Contact> </content> </entry> Thanks, Mike
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