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[jira] [Commented] (ARIES-1866) URI binding conflict resolution appears incorrect in jaxrs-whiteboard


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Tom Quarendon commented on ARIES-1866:
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[~csierra], I'll try this out tomorrow.

BTW, what kind of release timetable would there be to getting a non-snapshot release with this in?

My naive reading of the OSGi spec, and indeed my naive expectation would be that, ignoring service.ranking, so for resources that don't complicate matters with service.ranking, I ought to get exactly what JAX-RS defines, in terms of the "most specific match wins" algorithm that the jax-rs spec lays out. Yes, I see how the old comparator code would have given rise to the observed behaviour and bypassed the "normal" jaxrs algorithm.

Thanks for the investigation and fix.

 

> URI binding conflict resolution appears incorrect in jaxrs-whiteboard
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: ARIES-1866
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARIES-1866
>             Project: Aries
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: jax-rs-whiteboard
>         Environment: I'm using jax-rs whiteboard 1.0.1 on Windows, within apache karaf.
>  
>            Reporter: Tom Quarendon
>            Assignee: Carlos Sierra
>            Priority: Major
>         Attachments: TestResource.java, TestResource2.java
>
>
> I'm seeing different behaviour in the URI resource binding conflict resolution when using tje jax-rs whiteboard as then using "plain" cxf.
> Attached are two resource class implementations. One has a class level @Path of "test", with then a subresource locator with an @Path of "\{a}" returning another resource class that has a @GET with an @Path of "\{b}". 
> The other resource class has a class level @Path of "test/a/b". 
> Given a GET request for "/test/a/b" it should match the second of these resource classes as being the most specific match. Instead it matches the first. Indeed it seems that the presence of the first resource class stops anything going to the second. If I change the @Path for the second resource class to be "test2/a/b" then appropriate requests get routed there. 
> I have run a "plain" cxf test by adapting the CXF provided "basic" jax-rs test with the same resource classes, and it routes as I would expect. 
> I had intended to try and adapt the example in the aries jaxrs whiteboard project, but I get test errors when I run an "mvn install",and it isn't obvious to me how the jax-rs._example_-run/_example_.jar file mentioned in the readme would get created.



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