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Request URL using Jersey

Rajkumar balakrishnan
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Is there a way to get the Request URL from where the webservice is being called? I used UriInfo but still it doesnt works.

I am using Jersey and Spring, both latest build.

Thanks in advance


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Rajkumar balakrishnan
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Sorry Ulf. I had found the solution just before. I used @Context UriInfo as method argument and get the complete URL using getAbsolutePath() method.
 
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