I'm new with Talend ESB. I wonder is it possible to set dynamic rest endpoint on tRestRequest component?
I've tried to set rest endpoint with context and globalMap but the job failure to start when I deploy it on apache karaf (runtime esbse) container. When I check using command list-endpoints on apache karaf console, the job that I deployed listen on address becomes "/context.service_url" which supposed to be "http://10.50.50.32:8090". Any idea how to solve this?
It sounds like you are mixing String constants with String variables incorrectly. Anything within quotes should be considered a constant. A context variable cannot be included inside those quotes. If you want to mix and match you need to concatenate like below....
You should also realise that once a service has started in your runtime, you cannot change the URL without restarting the service first.
Sorry my mistake on writing the question. I don't used quotes on my talend rest endpoint, below is the step I've done:
noticed on the yellow marked result. At this point the port is not listening, I cannot access the service.
Did you solve this problem? I would sure like to know how.
I think I am seeing the same thing. For Studio on Tomcat, I can use REST Endpoint=context.deployedhostname which is "http://localhost:8080" and it works fine. But when I deploy to ESB, context.deployedhostname is literal, not the value of the variable! In karaf the hostname and port are supposed to be assigned by the server, and if you specify them, it will overwrite the server defaults, and probably not match the server firewall, SSL, etc.
So really you need to use a context variable for the endpoint, but it does not work in the karaf container.
Furthermore I found the ESB port number will be overwritten and use a random number if Rest Endpoint is a null string. So it seems this component is really broken.
We have already redirected your issue to our ESB experts and will keep you posted.
Here exists a new feature jira issue:https://jira.talendforge.org/browse/TESB-11530.
Please take a look at it and feel free to let us know your concern.
Thanks for your time.
Please feel free to vote for this jira issue and add your comment in it.
I never solved the problem. And seems no one can suggestion a solution, so I decided to hard code the url on the compnent. Not as I expected, but no choice.
I am facing the same issue .context variables are not getting resolved when i am deploying the job to TAC.
Please Help as It has become very difficult to keep the same artifact for different environment.
This jira issue https://jira.talendforge.org/browse/TESB-11530 is still in process.
We will keep you posted.