Buzz: Tips & Tricks

Identify Mixed-Mode Content In GetItemList

Ole Thomassen



Our SSO integration with Buzz uses https so all page content is served up using port 443 (https). Some of old courses contain links that pull page in external page content over port 80 (http). This is causing mixed-mode content issues.

Is there an easy way through the use of DLAP to query a course and find all GetListItems where 'http:' is part of the string?


getitemlist&entityid=9305841&query=/href = 'https:?'

? = wild character

This would be similar to the SQL LIKE command.


Thank you!

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Brad Marshall
  • Agilix team member

Hey Ole, I have been looking into this with no better results. I'll still try to find an answer, but I'm afraid that you may not be able to use any wildcards or "starts-with" parameters. 

The best alternative I can think of now is to return all items, and filter the results yourself by the 'href' attribute. I'll let you know if I find something better.

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Ole Thomassen

Thanks Brad!


We currently extract all items using DLAP, open the xml file in Excel and then do a sub string match on each row to find items where the content is pointing to a http:// site.

It would be nice if you could do a [starts-with] or [contains] directly when executing the DLAP to only get filtered items. Hopefully Agilix will consider adding such a feature to DLAP.

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