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Flow in Oracle MCS API Call

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edited Aug 30, 2017 7:00AM in Digital Assistant and Mobile 1 comment

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Flow in Oracle MCS API Call

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Hi,

Using the below code i am trying to achieve the following.

in my GetContactIdFromDeviceId - i want to get the values then the call should  be returned back to the calling method.

i need the return of dbUtility.GetContactIdFromDeviceId to be an object which i can then send as part of

res.status(200).send(bodyObj);

service.get('/mobile/custom/Fake/login', function (req, res) {        var finalResponse;        var connector = constants.CONNECTOR_API_LOGIN_URI;        if (0 > versionNumberIndex) {            //Something        } else {            var handler = function (error, response, body) {                if (error) {                    if ('message' in error) {                        errorMsg = error.message;                        res.send(500, errorMsg);                        res.end();                    } else {                        //Something                } else {                    if (response.statusCode !== 200) {                        //Something                    } else if (response.statusCode == 401) {                        //Something                    } else {                        var bodyObj = JSON.parse(body);                        bodyObj.deviceId = "Device-ASASASAS";                        var getContactIdFromDeviceId = dbUtility.GetContactIdFromDeviceId(req,bodyObj.deviceId);                        res.status(200).send(bodyObj);                        res.end();                    }                }            };            req.oracleMobile.rest.get(optionsList, handler);        }    });

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