11 Jun 2019 10:49
A valid URL, part of which is '/respuestas%2F138%2F116?' contains the substring '%2F' that is the URL Encoding for '/'. The image from the URL can be successfully opened in a browser. It cannot be resolved properly from the Reporting engine, as the actual request made for the image (as seen in Fiddler) contains '/respuestas/138/116?' instead of the original part - note the '/' replacing the original '%2F", which is not valid and causes a '400 Bad request' error.