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What is the RTC Base URL when use RTC REST API?

Albert Yao (5411220) | asked Jul 03 '12, 1:36 p.m.

I have read this article, but this article is for RTC 2.0, my environment is RTC In this article, the "RTC Base URL" is like "https://<host>:<port>/jazz", can this article also be used for RTC and how should I config the "RTC Base URL"?

I have set the "RTC Base URL" to "rtc.base.url=" or "rtc.base.url=" or


but all got errors.

Anybody could help, thanks a lot!

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Ralph Schoon (59.0k23642) | answered Jul 05 '12, 4:58 a.m.
I can't read, the article it is not in English, so I can only comment on the "RTC Base URL" is like "https://<host>:<port>/jazz"

The context root of the public URI of an application can be /jazz if the application was upgraded from 2.x or  jts, ccm, qm, rm if the server was installed as 3.x and above. For RTC the values could be jazz or ccm.
So the "Base URL" used in the article should be the public URI of your server. Essentially the URI prefix you use to access the server. The extension /web brings you to the web UI. /rootservices should give you the root services document.

Have you looked at ? It is for 3.x
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Albert Yao commented Jul 05 '12, 11:30 a.m. | edited Jul 05 '12, 11:48 a.m.

@Ralph Schoon, Thank You Very Much For Your Reply, your answer is very useful to me! I will read the article and study related document first.

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