[rabbitmq-discuss] Default vhost and Http API
jaaaelpumuki at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 15:37:27 BST 2012
You can see in https://gist.github.com/2172067 I'm escaping the / but some
tools unescape it again, that´s why It's a pain.
People can create all those names but I think rabbitmq is promoting that.
IHMO the default vhost shouldn't be /, I don't know maybe i'm a little
annoying with this :)
2012/3/27 Simon MacMullen <simon at rabbitmq.com>
> On 27/03/12 01:12, Félix wrote:
>> Due to the default vhost's name is "/" i'm having troubles with some
>> tools, for example SoapUI, because they're always making the request
>> like "api/queues///queue_name/**contents/", this also happens with the
>> chrome's bookmarks (https://gist.github.com/**2172067<https://gist.github.com/2172067>
> The vhost name should be URL escaped - so "/" becomes "%2f".
> So I'm wondering if something can be done, for instance:
>> - Change the name, root or default isntead of /
> It's a slightly unfortunate name. But there's nothing to stop people from
> creating other vhosts with names containing "/" or "?". Or "ß" or " 塊" or
> lots of other characters that would need escaping. And it's not just vhosts
> either, queues and exchanges and users and bindings all have names (ish in
> the case of bindings).
> Bottom line is, we'll always need escaping. And at least having the
> default vhost require it means people need to get this at least partly
> right in their tools ;-)
> - If there isn't a vhost in the url then use the default. (this can
>> complicate a lot the url mapper)
> I think this would ultimately be more confusing.
> Cheers, Simon
> Simon MacMullen
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