Previously, that function worked correctly and I was able to reproduce his method. However, that is no longer a valid expression in Data Explorer.
Did something change that would make that invalid?
The error I receive is "Expression Error: Invalid Identifier" that points to the http line of the Web.Contents function. Can you let me know
what I may be doing wrong? Is there a better way to combine paginated webpages into a single query?
I tried the same query and found it is because the quotation marks are not correct. After you copy the query to Data Explorer, please remove these two quotation marks and then re-type them. That should resolve the issue.
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Proposed as answer byAndrew [MSFT]Thursday, June 27, 2013 7:39 AM
Tuesday, June 25, 2013 11:37 PM
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