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How to get the URI of a newly created delivery session via API in DNG?

Antje Rößle-Tuchel (294) | asked Jan 08, 7:08 a.m.

 I create a new delivery session via API using following code:

        method: "POST",
        headers: {"Accept":"rdf+xml",
                "OSLC-Core-Version": "2.0",
                "Content-type": "application/rdf+xml",
                "Configuration-Context": changeSetUri
        body: rdfDataPost
        .then((headers)=> {console.log (headers)
        console.log (headers.location)
        console.log (headers.ok)
        console.log (headers.statusText)

As answer I retrieve the response:
headers.ok = 201 and
headers.statusText = created

But no URI in it. The (headers.location is undefined).

 In the documentation I found following: "The server may respond with an error code, or, 201 CREATED.
  • 201 CREATED: The request was completed. The Location response header contains the uri of the newly-created delivery session resource."
If I use the development tools of the browser. I can see in the "Network" tab the new delivery session URI: Location:
But I can not see in the console any URI of the delivery session in it.

Have anybody an idea how I can get the new delivery session URI also in my javascript code?

Thank you in advance.

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Ralph Schoon (63.3k33646) | answered Jan 08, 7:49 a.m.
edited Jan 08, 7:51 a.m.

 I did some coding for this a while ago and I used the location header of the response. The code is here:

So in case of the 201 you get the header Location from the response, that should contain the URI.

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Antje Rößle-Tuchel (294) | answered Jan 08, 9:37 a.m.

Dear Ralph,

 Thank you for your answer. With your help I got it:


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