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@RouteURL should have a parameter to customize the path portion of the URL #838

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Ladicek opened this Issue Nov 6, 2017 · 0 comments

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Ladicek commented Nov 6, 2017

In my case, I often need to create URLs to the endpoints of tested application. Because @RouteURL injects a URL of the form http://route.host/ (note the / at the end), I need to construct the URL by something like routeUrl + "api/info". I can't do routeUrl + "/api/info", as that would result in http://route.host//api/info, which is wrong.

I propose adding a path parameter to @RouteURL so that one can write @RouteURL(value = "route-name", path = "/api/info") and the injected URL would be directly http://route.host/api/info. In my case, I often need just a single endpoint in one test, that would be perfectly fine. In case someone needs to construct multiple URLs, they can either keep doing routeUrl + "api/info", or define @RouteURL(value = "route-name", path = "") and do routeUrl + "/api/info", which is easier on the eyes.

@lordofthejars lordofthejars added this to the 1.9.2 milestone Nov 10, 2017

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