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Subject [jira] Commented: (AXIS-1397) Services overview page has incorrect link to service-wsdl if using a mapping other then /services
Date Thu, 17 Jun 2004 08:52:10 GMT
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     Author: Steve Loughran
    Created: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 1:50 AM
This problem does irritate me, but there is no easy answer.

1. there is no introspection API for a servlet to find out the mappings.

2. Working off the servlet request is trouble, as when you get .JWS pages they route through
the same servlet, but their base is different.

Two options remain

(a) we look through web.xml ourselves and work out the details. 

(b) there is somewhere in server.wsdd that sets up our default mapping. 

(b) is easier, (c) niceer, but hard to justify the effort (or testing).
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        Key: AXIS-1397
    Summary: Services overview page has incorrect link to service-wsdl if using a mapping
other then /services
       Type: Bug

     Status: Unassigned
   Priority: Major

    Project: Axis
             WSDL processing
             current (nightly)

   Reporter: AJ Banck

    Created: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 9:24 AM
    Updated: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 1:50 AM

The URL location to the services is hardcoded to '/services' in the generated page of available
AxisServlet.reportAvailableServices[455] has:
        String baseURL = getWebappBase(request)+"/services/";

This path is defined in the mapping of web.xml So if the web.xml has a mapping on another
url, the services overview doesn't work.

For example, we have different URL's for different versions of the application's API. This
maps the services like:

With this the {baseurl}/api4/services shows the overview of services, but clicking on one
of the WSDL  links  (linking to {baseurl}/services/myservice?wsdl}throws a 404.
The wsdl is available at {baseurl}/api4/services/myservice?wsdl

Not sure what the best solution is. Can AxisServlet find out what the mapping used is, or
should it be a variable?

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