Re: [Jersey] Trailing slash redirect

From: Paul Sandoz <Paul.Sandoz_at_Sun.COM>
Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 11:54:16 +0100

Hi Chris,

The issue is independent of Spring and is related to a possible bug
with Jetty.

In you Main class you have

         root.addServlet(holder, "/");

change it to:

         root.addServlet(holder, "/*");

and things should work as documented.

The issue is that when "/" is declared in Jetty it returns, what i
consider to be, incorrect information via the HttpServletRequest and
Jersey gets confused because of that.

Below is the Main.main method i used to configure Jersey and enable
tracing and logging.


     public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
         // create the server"Starting redirect core on port " + PORT);
         server = new Server(PORT);
         Context root = new Context(server, "/", Context.NO_SESSIONS);

         root.getInitParams().put("contextConfigLocation", "classpath:/
         root.addEventListener(new ContextLoaderListener());
         root.addEventListener(new RequestContextListener());

         Servlet servlet = new SpringServlet();
         ServletHolder holder = new ServletHolder(servlet);
         Map initParams = new HashMap();
         initParams.put(ResourceConfig.FEATURE_REDIRECT, "true");
         initParams.put(ResourceConfig.FEATURE_TRACE, "true");
         root.addServlet(holder, "/*");

         // add shutdown hook
         Thread monitor = new MonitorThread();

On Feb 12, 2010, at 7:17 PM, Chris Carrier wrote:

> Hi Paul,
> I'm not sure why the additional logging didn't work. We're
> configuring our Jetty programatically (no web.xml) so I find it kind
> of tricky to get it configured just so. What I did do is create a
> really simple Maven app with tests that show the problem I'm having.
> Like you say we have a lot of different components so I can't say this
> is a Jersey problem but I would love your input. Assuming attachments
> work i'll attach the project as a zip and you should be able to either
> run the tests with normal 'mvn test' or run the Main class.
> It's pretty obvious but what I have is two GET endpoints one with a
> @Path with a '/' at the end and the other without. In both cases i
> can only reach it with a trailing slash in my URL.
> Let me know what you think.
> Thanks!
> Chris