marko.miettinen | 30 Mar 14:09 2011
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Legal issue clarification

Hi,

After unsuccessfully searching the forum and mailing lists, I decided
to post my questions here:

1) Does JRS311 contain/make use of any encryption?
2) If yes, is anyone aware if an ECCN code has been assigned?

From source code, I would think that answer to question #1 would be no.

Thanks in advance for any answers.

-Marko

Edward Bratt | 10 Dec 21:39 2010
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Kenai migration complete: Documents & Files are imported

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Ed Bratt | 19 Nov 20:38 2010
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Reto Bachmann-Gmuer | 7 Nov 14:03 2010

Fall back to root resource with the broader uri-space

Hello,

Assume there is a root resource with <at> Path("/") with a resource method for <at> Path("{path:.*}") and a root resource for <at> Path("/foo") with no method matching the subpath "bar". Is it ok for an implementation to forward the request for /foo/bar to the method of the first root resource or is it necessary to answer with 404?

Cheers,
Reto


Grazi, Victor | 20 Oct 05:52 2010

Who is managing the JSR 311/Jersey work?

It looks like Marc Hadley has left Oracle.
Is Paul Sandoz still there?
We would like to have someone do a large scale presentation for Credit Suisse NY, such as the presentations that Marc and Paul used to do at JavaOne.
Is there any potential for that?
Thanks, Victor Grazi
 

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Sergey Beryozkin | 23 Sep 22:37 2010
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Queries, UriBuilder.build(), UriBuilder.buildFromEncoded()

Hello -

Can someone please give me an authoritative answer about the differences between UriBuilder.build() and UriBuilder.buildFromEncoded() and they way they have to deal with quieries containing percent-encoded data.

1. UriBuilder.fromUri("http://localhost:8080").queryParam("name", "%20").build();
2. UriBuilder.fromUri("http://localhost:8080").queryParam("name", "%20").buildFromEncoded();
3. UriBuilder.fromUri("http://localhost:8080").replaceQuery("name=%20").build();
4. UriBuilder.fromUri("http://localhost:8080").replaceQuery("name=%20").buildFromEncoded();

I'm seriously confused. Specifically, it seems totally wrong that the way '%' is dealt with depends on how a query is built (i.e, from individual parameters or from a ready string).

I'd appreciate if you can give the answers to 1-4 above.
Besides, what is the way in UriBuilder to have a literal '%' passed on ? Example, should it be :

UriBuilder.fromUri("http://localhost:8080").queryParam("name", "%2520").buildFromEncoded();

or

UriBuilder.fromUri("http://localhost:8080").replaceQuery("name=%2520").build();

How about

UriBuilder.fromUri("http://localhost:8080").replaceQuery("name=%2520").buildFromEncoded();

versus

UriBuilder.fromUri("http://localhost:8080").replaceQuery("name=%2520").build();

Thanks !

Sergey

Sergey Beryozkin | 23 Aug 23:55 2010
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How to encode ' ' and decode '+' in the query component

Hi All

I have to fix a couple of disabled UriBuilder tests which are going to block the next CXF release unless fixed and I'm looking at these tests and feeling confused :-) given that it's been awhile since I was looking into the relevant code.

The question is about dealing with ' ' and '+' in the query component of URI.
I can see two UriBuilder tests adapted from the similar JAXRS TCK 1.1 tests, one using the replaceQuery method and the other one - queryParam.

One test does uriBuilder.queryParam(name, "x y").build() and expects : name=x+y.
The other one does uriBuilder.replaceQuery("name=x y").build() and expects :  name=x%20y

I think something is wrong there. Irrespectively of which method is used to create a query component, the end result, as far as UriBuilder is concerned, should be the same.

Now, I can see another test requirement where we do

uriBuilder.replaceQuery("name=x+y&name=%20").build()

and expect

name=x+y&name=%20

Given the build() leads to encoding % to %25, we need to decode "name=x+y&name=%20" first, otherwise we'd get %2520 for the 2nd value of name.

Clearly we can not decode '+' to ' ' here otherwise we'd not be able to reproduce the original query. Which makes me think that the test which expects "x y" be encoded as "x+y" is wrong.

So I'm thinking :

- test that does uriBuilder.queryParam(name, "x y").build() and expects : 'name=x+y' is wrong
- decoding 'x+y' to 'x y' is not required

Is it correct ?

Any clarifications will be appreciated
cheers, Sergey





Reto Bachmann-Gmuer | 8 Jun 12:53 2010

Getting client X509Certificate

Hello,

Is there a standard way (i.e. one that doesn't just work on servlet based implementations) to get client certificates (X509Certificate) in a jax-rs root resource?


Cheers,
reto

Stephen Bhadran | 2 May 01:11 2010
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a super critical question: what's the X for in JAX-RS ?

Hi,
I was reading the JAX-RS spec and I had a quick question.

I couldn’t find the meaning of X in JAX-RS ==> Java API for RESTful Web Services. Seriously, what does the X stand for?

My only guess is – it got carried over from JAX-WS ==>Java API for XML Web Services. Am I right?


Thanks,
Stephen


André Dietisheim | 13 Apr 17:32 2010

remove double slashes from URI?

Hi!

we currently use jax-rs in our product and I came across the pretty 
frequent case where I expected an URI with double slashes to be 
equivalent to an URI with a single slash

ex.
http://mydomain/resource
http://mydomain//resource

Jersey currently does not treat both URI to be equivalent.
Reading the jax-rs specs I got redirected to RFC3986 
(http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3986.txt). I tend to pretend that URI 
normalization (specially section 6.2.3) is to be read that // may be 
normalized to /.
I'd highly appreciate any inputs, corrections to this topic.

Thanks in advance
André
Archer Yongjian Liu | 24 Mar 04:15 2010

How to use regex pattern on url path and query params ?

It seams that the specification has talked  about that. But Could you give me a concrete  example?


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Thank you.


Gmane