Office.context.mailbox.item.body.getAsync() method does not work in outlook mac 2016 - office-addins

In office 365 outlook add-in, Office.context.mailbox.item.body.getAsync() method does not work in outlook Mac. But it works fine in safari and chrome.
office js reference is ""
here is the code of add-in read app
var _item = Office.context.mailbox.item;
var body = _item.body;
// Get the body asynchronous as text
body.getAsync(Office.CoercionType.Text, function (asyncResult) {
if (asyncResult.status !== Office.AsyncResultStatus.Succeeded) {
else {

That function is part of requirement set 1.3; the Mac add ins only support requirement set 1.1.

Had the same issue but there is a workaround. You could achieve this with makeEwsRequestAsync() method, which is provided in requirements set 1.1. This requires you to make a SOAP request and to parse the response data to get the email body. In the SOAP request, use:
' <t:AdditionalProperties>' +
' <t:FieldURI FieldURI="item:TextBody"/>' +
' </t:AdditionalProperties>' +
This will return a response that you can parse.
For reference:


Check Response code in Selenium WebDriver in Jmeter

I am logging into a webPage using Selenium WebDriver in Jmeter, and want to check that all the links are working fine. For that, i wanted to check the response code returned when clicked on the link.
var links = WDS.browser.findElements(pkg.By.cssSelector("a"));
var href;
function myFunction(item) {"link value" + item);
href = item.getAttribute("href");
statusCode = new HttpResponseCode().httpResponseCodeViaGet(href);
if(200 != statusCode) {
System.out.println(href + " gave a response code of " + statusCode);
But the above code doesn't seem to be working. I would be glad if anyone could help me with this.
Also, is there any alternate way to check if all the links are working fine, in Jmeter Selenium Webdriver using javascript?
we're not able to help you unless you show us the code of the HttpResponseCode().httpResponseCodeViaGet beast and the relevant error message from the jmeter.log file.
If the above function is something you copied and pasted from StackOverflow, I strongly doubt that it will ever work because the language of the WebDriver Sampler is not that JavaScript which is being executed by your browser, it's a limited subset of the browser version of JavaScript (for example there is no XMLHttpRequest there)
Instead you have full access to underlying Java SDK and JMeter API so I would recommend amending your function as follows:
var links = WDS.browser.findElements(org.openqa.selenium.By.cssSelector("a"));
var href;
function myFunction(item) {"link value" + item);
href = item.getAttribute("href");
var client = org.apache.http.impl.client.HttpClientBuilder.create().build()
var request = new org.apache.http.client.methods.HttpGet(href)
var response = client.execute(request)
var statusCode = response.getStatusLine().getStatusCode()
if(200 != statusCode) {
WDS.log.error(href + " gave a response code of " + statusCode);
More information:
The WebDriver Sampler: Your Top 10 Questions Answered
HttpClient Tutorial

mvc website does not run on production server

I have created an MVC website in vb.NET which runs perfectly well on the local server.
I have published it to a remote server using the Publish method of Visual Studio so I believe all the necessary files should be in place on the remote server. The web hosting service runs MVC 4 and 5. On running the page from the remote server the AngularJS code fails to find the VB controller.
In the AngularJS Service section the code is:
this.getPasswords = function () {
return $http.get("api/passwords");
In the AngularJS controller section the relevant code is:
// get from passwordsController.vb
function getPasswords() {
.success(function (passwords) {
$scope.passwords = passwords;
.error(function (error) {
$scope.status = 'Error in getting passwords: ' + error.message;
The VB controller code is:
' GET: api/passwords
Function Getpasswords() As IQueryable(Of password)
Return db.passwords
End Function
The line:
return $http.get("api/passwords");
does not connect with the Getpasswords function in the VB controller.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Most likely, it's a URL issue. You're calling api/passwords, which will be relative to whatever basepath is in play. For example, if you're on a URL already, like, then the URL you're actually requesting is, which is almost certainly not correct. You should always use paths like /api/passwords. The preceding / causes the URL to be domain-relative, i.e.

Solr 4.3.1 Data-Import command

I'm currently using Solr 4.3.1. i have configured dih for my solr. i would like to do a full import through command prompt. I know the url will be something like this http://localhost:8983/solr/corename/dataimport?command=full-import&clean=true&commit=true is there any method i can do this without using curl ?
string Text = "http://localhost:8983/solr/Latest_TextBox/dataimport?command=full-import&clean=true&commit=true";
var wc = new WebClient();
var Import = wc.DownloadString(Text);
Currently using the above code
Call it like a normal REST url that's it !! I am using it in my application for importing and indexing data from my Local drive and it just works fine ! :) . Use HttpURLConnection to make a request and capture response to see whether it was successful or not . You don't need any specific API to do that . This is a sample code to make a GET request correctly in C# .Try data import handler url with this, it may work !
Console.WriteLine("Making API Call...");
using (var client = new HttpClient(new HttpClientHandler { AutomaticDecompression = DecompressionMethods.GZip | DecompressionMethods.Deflate }))
client.BaseAddress = new Uri("");
HttpResponseMessage response = client.GetAsync("answers?order=desc&sort=activity&site=stackoverflow").Result;
string result = response.Content.ReadAsStringAsync().Result;
Console.WriteLine("Result: " + result);
You'll have to call the URL in some way - Solr only operates through a REST API. There is no command line API (the command line tools available just talk to the API). So use your preferred way to talk to a HTTP endpoint, that being curl, wget, GET or what's available for your programming language of choice.
The bundled solrCli application does not have any existing command for triggering a full-import as far as I were able to see (which would just talk to the REST API by calling the URL you've already referenced).

How To Call XML Service With AngularJS

I know that AngularJS prefers JSON, but I can't get my Web API to work with JSON. I've tried for 3 days and I'm not going to try anymore. I can get it to return XML. Can I retrieve the XML data with AngularJS? I have written the $http call below and it always fails with no status text. I've tried asking for XML type and I've tried the default call. You can see that all 3 of these URLs return XML data in the browser:
.then(function (dataResponse)
$scope.Exams =;
}, function (error)
alert("error.statusText = " + error.statusText);
I've just tried to call your api with $http service and it works ok. I think you should start investigating this problem with looking at network tab in chrome developer tools when making such a request.

WebClient issue

I am trying to get contents of using WebClient#DownloadStringAsync(). However as Silverlight doesn't allow cross domain calls i am getting TargetInvocationException. I know we have to put clientaccesspolicy.xml and crossdomain.xml in our web server root but that is possible only if i have control on my services. Currently Google is not under my control ;), so how do i handle it?
I've did a workaround by making a WCF service in my web application and then calling WebClient. This works perfectly but it is rather ineffecient. Is there any other better way than this?
Thanks in advance :)
Silverlight's cross domain restricitions cause many developers to implement workarounds. If you need to display the html page you get back you should look into Silverlight 4 (WebBrowser) control although this only seems to work when running out-of-browser mode.
If you need to parse through the content you can try some of the following:
For a managed code solution the proxy service you have already implemented is your best option.
Write a Java applet that returns this information. Silverlight can interopt to javascript which can interopt into Java applets. This also works in the reverse but a little difficult to setup. (If you need more info on this let me know).
Use javascript XmlHttpRequest to get the data you want from the source. This can be difficult when supporting multiple browsers. This link shows an example of how to do this (you will need to scroll down). Javascript get Html
var xmlHttpRequestHandler = new Object();
var requestObject;
xmlHttpRequestHandler.createXmlHttpRequest = function(){
var XmlHttpRequestObject;
if(typeof XMLHttpRequest != "undefined")
XmlHttpRequestObject = new XMLHttpRequest();
else if(window.ActiveXObject)
var tryPossibleVersions =["MSXML2.XMLHttp.5.0", "MSXML2.XMLHttp.4.0", "MSXML2.XMLHttp.3.0", "MSXML2.XMLHttp","Microsoft.XMLHttp"];
XmlHttpRequestObject = new ActiveXObject(tryPossibleVersions[i]);
// Ignore Exception
return XmlHttpRequestObject;}
function getHtml(){
var url = document.getElementById('url').value;
if(url.length > 0)
requestObject = xmlHttpRequestHandler.createXmlHttpRequest();
requestObject.onreadystatechange=onReadyStateChangeResponse;"Get",url, true);
function onReadyStateChangeResponse(){
var ready, status;
ready = requestObject.readyState;
status = requestObject.status;
catch(e) {}
if(ready == 4 && status == 200)