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When you transmit special characters over the internet in a URI to the Oracle Data Cloud platform, you must percent-encode them into hexadecimal notation.

For example, the percent-encoded value for the space character is %20 and the ampersand is %26. If you need to create a rule that includes the "Health & Beauty" category, you would encode it as Health%20%26%20Beauty.

All strings, such as URLs, that are transmitted to the Oracle Data Cloud platform over the internet are assumed to be percent-encoded on the client side, so you must include percent-encoding in your processes. Most programming language libraries, such as Python, provide a function to encode URLs.