Modules - URL Syntax

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The purpose of this document is to explain how URLs are modified when using modules.

Objects under the Root module will not be affected. On the other hand, objects within a Module object will follow the rules below:

  • Objects will be called using the Module path.
  • For rest services the backslash - '\' - is used instead of a period - '.'.

Examples

Consider "ObjectC" in module "ModuleC" from the following image:

Module path

The URL will be as follows:

Java

.../servlet/packagename.modulea.modulec.objectc
 
Note:  When using modules and generating for Java the Java package name property must be set; in this example it was supposed to be set with the value: "packagename".

Net

.../modulea.modulec.objectc.aspx

Ruby

.../modulea.modulec.objectc.html

SOAP services

SOAP services are published using the following syntax:

.../modulea.modulec.objectc?wsdl

Rest services

Rest services are published using the following syntax:

.../rest/modulea/modulec/objectc/1

 

See Also

Qualified Name property

Modules - Object names




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