How to format the API response?

When I for instance paste this into ChatGTP

#Fields: date time x-H(remoteUser) time-taken cs-method x-H(characterEncoding) sc-status cs-uri c-ip s-ip bytes x-H(requestedSessionId) x-P(all) cs(all)
#Version: 2.0
#Software: Apache Tomcat/9.0.x-dev
2023-07-16 21:40:02 - 0.000 null - 400 null - -

I get nicely formatted response

It looks like you’ve provided a log entry. Based on the format provided at the top and the log entry itself, I’ll break down its components for you:

  • date time: The timestamp of the event. Here, the event occurred on 2023-07-16 at 21:40:02.
  • x-H(remoteUser): This usually indicates the remote user. In this entry, it is not provided and is denoted as -.
  • time-taken: The time taken to process the request. Here, it took 0.000 seconds (which could mean that the request was not processed or rejected very quickly).
  • cs-method: The method used for the request (e.g., GET, POST). This is not provided in the entry.

Using API I only get this:

The given log entry contains the following information:

  • Date: 2023-07-16
  • Time: 21:40:02
  • x-H(remoteUser): null
  • Time-taken: 0.000
  • cs-method: null
  • x-H(characterEncoding): 400
  • sc-status: null
  • cs-uri:
  • c-ip:
  • s-ip: null
  • bytes: null
  • x-H(requestedSessionId): null
  • x-P(all): null
  • cs(all): null

Please note that some fields have null values, indicating that no specific value was recorded for those fields in the log entry.

Can someone what#s the best way to solve this?

Hi and welcome to the developer forum!

What you are describing is fairly typical for temperatures above 0. With non zero temperatures there is a non-deterministic nature to the output, so the same thing twice is unlikely.

There are a few ways around this, you can use the new “functions” ability and define a virtual function that would return a fixed set of values that you define in a function scheme using JSON, the alternative is to use the output you liked as a “shot” (example ). You put the example text in some markers, lets say ### at the start and end and then include the text, you can then tell the model that it should use the template in the ### markers to define it’s output.

Sorry I’m not sure I understand. Are you suggesting I need to teach to model? Can you provide some code sample how to achieve the solution you’re suggesting?