I have a service that has a REST and SOAP interface hosted on different url paths but on the same port. The best solution I could come up with was using a mpg with dynamic backend. I then created policies that start by matching the url path. They then use a route object with XSLT to set the routing-url variable to a wsp or waf bound to another port.
I used this as a starting point:
Here is one of the style sheets:
<xsl:variable name="backEndUrl" select="http://10.10.10.10:8888/path/to/app.php" />
<dp:set-variable name="'var://service/routing-url'" value="$backEndUrl" />
When I run documents and connections through I don't see the XSLT get executed. I see the url match at the beginning of the policy rule, but then quickly sends to the error rule. I even put some debug output in the XSLT to log, and I don't see any of the output.
Here is what I see in the logs:
Dynamic backend host not specified
No backside route was selected
Am I missing anything here? I can't find any other way to get further debug information in the policy/mpg. What am I missing?
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Updated on 2013-01-31T08:14:19Z at 2013-01-31T08:14:19Z by HermannSW
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Re: XSLT not executing in route object in mpg with dynamic backend2013-01-31T08:14:19ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.You are missing single quotes inside double quotes (you did not miss that for dp:set-variable/@name ), this will define the string correctly:
select=" 'http://10.10.10.10:8888/path/to/app.php' "
You should have seen an error "... Unbound prefix: http" in the logs.