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[infinispan-dev] REST content directory

Sebastian Laskawiec
Hey,

A while ago I noticed that we have static directory with some information about REST interface in the feature pack [1]. The directory is put in the server distribution ($ISPN_HOME/rest). 

Our REST server doesn't host those files when accessing /rest context. We host [2] in this scenario. Those two web pages differ from each other and I must admit, that [1] is much better.

I would like to propose removing [1] from the feature pack and serving it in the /rest context. Would you agree?

Thanks,
Sebastian

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Alan Field
Hey Sebastian,

I completely agree that hosting [1] in the /rest context is superior to [2]. I think that is what you are proposing, right? :-)

Thanks,
Alan


From: "Sebastian Laskawiec" <[hidden email]>
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Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2017 9:10:40 AM
Subject: [infinispan-dev] REST content directory

Hey,

A while ago I noticed that we have static directory with some information about REST interface in the feature pack [1]. The directory is put in the server distribution ($ISPN_HOME/rest). 

Our REST server doesn't host those files when accessing /rest context. We host [2] in this scenario. Those two web pages differ from each other and I must admit, that [1] is much better.

I would like to propose removing [1] from the feature pack and serving it in the /rest context. Would you agree?

Thanks,
Sebastian

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Sebastian Laskawiec
Yes, exactly. Sorry if I didn't make it clear enough...

On Tue, Jun 13, 2017 at 4:31 PM Alan Field <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hey Sebastian,

I completely agree that hosting [1] in the /rest context is superior to [2]. I think that is what you are proposing, right? :-)

Thanks,
Alan


From: "Sebastian Laskawiec" <[hidden email]>
To: "infinispan -Dev List" <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2017 9:10:40 AM
Subject: [infinispan-dev] REST content directory


Hey,

A while ago I noticed that we have static directory with some information about REST interface in the feature pack [1]. The directory is put in the server distribution ($ISPN_HOME/rest). 

Our REST server doesn't host those files when accessing /rest context. We host [2] in this scenario. Those two web pages differ from each other and I must admit, that [1] is much better.

I would like to propose removing [1] from the feature pack and serving it in the /rest context. Would you agree?

Thanks,
Sebastian

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SEBASTIAN ŁASKAWIEC

INFINISPAN DEVELOPER


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