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From "Alex O'Ree (Jira)" <juddi-...@ws.apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (JUDDI-1006) Saving an Access Point Type
Date Tue, 23 Jun 2020 00:39:00 GMT

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Alex O'Ree updated JUDDI-1006:
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    Description: 
Using juddi default (v3) you can create an access point type of Mailto which saves to the
database and is displayed properly in the UI.  When using juddiv2, the access point type
displays as endpoint.

 

Using juddiv2 create an Access Point using a random binding template key, access point type
“Mailto” and Access Point Value: “[[test@email.com|mailto:[test@email.com]|mailto:test@email.com]”
and save the access point.  The value endPoint is saved in the database, not Mailto.  If
the database contains a value of Mailto in the access_point_type field, it still displays
endPoint in the UI.

 

Note that the response from the v2 Inquire API returns the value of mailto if this value is
in the database.

<ns2:accessPoint URLType="mailto">[mailto:test@email.com</ns2:accessPoint|mailto:test@email.com%3c/ns2:accessPoint]>

  was:
Using juddi default (v3) you can create an access point type of Mailto which saves to the
database and is displayed properly in the UI.  When using juddiv2, the access point type
displays as endpoint.++++

++ ++

Using juddiv2 create an Access Point using a random binding template key, access point type
“Mailto” and Access Point Value: “mailto:[test@email.com|mailto:test@email.com]” and
save the access point.  The value endPoint is saved in the database, not Mailto.  If the
database contains a value of Mailto in the access_point_type field, it still displays endPoint
in the UI.++++

++ ++

Note that the response from the v2 Inquire API returns the value of mailto if this value is
in the database.++++

<ns2:accessPoint URLType="mailto">[mailto:test@email.com</ns2:accessPoint|mailto:test@email.com%3c/ns2:accessPoint]>


> Saving an Access Point Type
> ---------------------------
>
>                 Key: JUDDI-1006
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JUDDI-1006
>             Project: jUDDI
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: core
>            Reporter: Alex O'Ree
>            Priority: Minor
>
> Using juddi default (v3) you can create an access point type of Mailto which saves to
the database and is displayed properly in the UI.  When using juddiv2, the access point type
displays as endpoint.
>  
> Using juddiv2 create an Access Point using a random binding template key, access point
type “Mailto” and Access Point Value: “[[test@email.com|mailto:[test@email.com]|mailto:test@email.com]”
and save the access point.  The value endPoint is saved in the database, not Mailto.  If
the database contains a value of Mailto in the access_point_type field, it still displays
endPoint in the UI.
>  
> Note that the response from the v2 Inquire API returns the value of mailto if this value
is in the database.
> <ns2:accessPoint URLType="mailto">[mailto:test@email.com</ns2:accessPoint|mailto:test@email.com%3c/ns2:accessPoint]>



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