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Get Hostname

Hi,

I'm trying to read the hostname to access a file inside of my portal application:

getHostname() + request.getWebResourcePath() + "/xml/avrss.xml");
...
private String getHostname() {
    	
	try{
		IURLGeneratorService generator = (IURLGeneratorService)ResourceFactory.getInstance().
			getServiceFactory().getService(IServiceTypesConst.URLGENERATOR_SERVICE);
		IHierarchicalUri absUri = generator.getAbsoluteUri(PathKey.CONTENT_ACCESS_PATH);
		return splitAfterPort(absUri.toString());
	} 
	catch(Exception e){
		return "null;" + e.getMessage();
	}
}
    
private String splitAfterPort(String str) {
    	
	int start = 0;
	if (str.startsWith("http")) {
		start = 7;
	}
	return str.substring(0, str.indexOf('/', str.indexOf(':', start)));
}

this works fine on our development system. But on our productive system with two servers and four dialog instances (this is the only difference), the hostname is empty (returned value is http:/irj/portalapps/xyzproject/xml/avrss.xml).

How can I get the hostname in all cases?

thank you

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    Posted on Oct 01, 2010 at 03:54 PM

    Hi,

    please check in the productive system, if the IURLGeneratorService is set up with the correct name.

    Regards,

    Kai

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