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path error connecting to the absolute url #7665

comisdark opened this issue Mar 21, 2018 · 1 comment

path error connecting to the absolute url #7665

comisdark opened this issue Mar 21, 2018 · 1 comment


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comisdark commented Mar 21, 2018

ALL software version info (bokeh, python, notebook, OS, browser, any other relevant packages)

bokeh 14.0.2
anaconda python 3.6
Windows 10
chrome / firefox / edge

my topology is a standard bokeh server app with tornado 15 (also tried with last version of 14) and a bottle web site that embeds server documeents.

Description of expected behavior and the observed behavior

  • in the bokeh app, i created a route to /charts/time_series
  • in the web server, i can server_document(localhost:5006/charts/time_series', arguments=[1,2,3,4,5])

I see the chart displayed as expected.

  • view the page source and copy the absolute url, removing the bokeh session arguments: localhost:5006/charts/time_series?data=[1,2,3,4,5]

  • the function bokeh calls successfully gets the data argument and deserializes it but the tornado server produces the following (approximate) output

can't find /charts/static/ .... css, js, and other asssets

it has built the path incorrectly.

  • Change the route to /time_series and repeat the process

the plot appears as expected.

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bryevdv commented May 8, 2018

I don't really have a clear notion of what's actually occurring, or how to reproduce. I am going to close with norepro. If you have an opportunity to provide a complete MRE to reproduce things, we can take a closer look.

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