OCLOperators StringToBase64

Will convert the string to a UTF8 encoded string stored in Base64 format.

When sending Base64 as URL parameter, / and + will not survive - it is common to go like this: StringToBase64.Replace('/','_').Replace('+','-')

Chances are that the receiver will use this frequently used replacement pattern and understand the data - See this SO-article for background

If you have a string in clear text and want it as a byte array (BLOB), do this 'My clear text string'.StringToBase64.Base64ToBlob

When sending SAML tokens - and possibly other things - you are expected to compress the data with Deflate. You can follow a pattern to access the Deflate mechanism in Turnkey. Read more here: SysSingleton.Deflate

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