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[bioontology-support] Website behaviour if a URL doesn't exist
allyson.lister at oerc.ox.ac.uk
Tue May 17 11:13:15 PDT 2016
Thanks, will remind my colleague about the 404. It's basically just to
perform regular checks of our existing links to your resource. So, any
given ontology record in BioSharing might have a related link in BioPortal.
We just want to do a monthly check to see if that URL provided in the link
is still valid.
thanks :) Allyson
On Tue, 17 May 2016 at 18:38 Michael Dorf <mdorf at stanford.edu> wrote:
> Hi Allyson,
> We do have this issue entered into our bug tracking system, and we do plan
> to address it at some point. It just hasn't come up to the top of our
> priority queue yet. Just curious, what is the purpose of your "automated
> checking" of an ontology URL in BioPortal? Generally speaking, when a
> process is perceived as "automated", it should be directed to our REST API
> services, which have a much more consistent validation and HTTP response
> codes. This same non-existent ontology call does return a 404 from our REST
> Thank you for checking with us!
> On May 17, 2016, at 02:51, Allyson Lister <allyson.lister at oerc.ox.ac.uk>
> Hi everyone,
> Just wondering about this ticket please? Would be great to know if it's
> something that isn't planned, or if it might be in the works.
> thanks, Allyson
> On Tue, 19 Apr 2016 at 14:37 Allyson Lister <allyson.lister at oerc.ox.ac.uk>
>> Hi all,
>> Our team has noticed that your website gives a 200 error rather than a
>> 404 error if a particular BioPortal URL doesn't exist, e.g.
>> This makes automated checking a bit difficult as the page will have to be
>> Would it be possible to provide a 404 if an ontology isn't found?
>> Thanks :) Allyson
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