Hello Postman community,
I’m encountering an issue related to how backslashes are displayed in the Postman response. I’m sending a path from my Node.js server to Postman, and while the path is correctly displayed in the console log of my Node.js application, it appears differently in the Postman response.
Here’s the scenario:
When I print the path using
console.log in my Node.js application, it correctly appears as:
However, when I view the same response in Postman, it’s displayed as:
It seems that Postman is escaping the backslashes with double backslashes in the response display, causing the path to be different from what I expect.
I’ve verified that the path sent from my Node.js server is indeed correct and doesn’t contain duplicated backslashes. So, the issue seems to be related to how Postman interprets and displays the backslashes in its interface.
I’ve checked my Node.js code and it’s sending the correct path. I’ve also tried modifying the display settings in Postman, but haven’t found a solution yet.
Is there a way to configure Postman’s response display to show the backslashes correctly without doubling them? Or is this a known behavior in Postman’s interface?
Any insights or guidance on how to resolve this issue would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Best regards, Claudio