On a v7r3 Power8 box, I used IBM Web Administration for i to create an Application server called LAB_REPAIR (v2.6 web services).

It's based on a service program, RT0200S that has 2 procedures, ADDCASE and GETCASESTATUS. Right now I'm focused on the latter, GETCASESTATUS.  It has 2 parameters, email and casenbr.  Email is defined as fixed-length 100a and casenbr is zoned decimal 7.0.

The base resource URL (using ip address for the time being; this is on a private LAN only) is

The GETCASESTATUS procedure is associated with the http GET request:

Procedure name:                        GETCASESTATUS
HTTP request method:                   GET
URI path template for method:          /{email}{casenbr ^[0-9]+$}
HTTP response code output parameter:   *NONE
HTTP header array output parameter:    *NONE
Allowed input media types:             *ALL
Returned output media types:           *XML
Input parameter mappings:
Parameter name    Data type      Input source Identifier        Default Value
PEMAIL            char           *PATH_PARAM email             *NONE
PCASENBR          zoned          *PATH_PARAM     casenbr ^[0-9]+$  *NONE

The service is created and running, and the question is, what URI do I use to test it?

When I trythe following uri in a browser

I get an HTTP 404 response (not found).

I tried using SOAPui and got the same thing.

I'm new at this REST stuff and really new at SOAPUI, but this really shouldn't be that hard. What am I missing?

*Peter Dow* /
Dow Software Services, Inc.
909 793-9050
petercdow@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:petercdow@xxxxxxxxx>
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