These are standard rest resource responses..it's normal to provide these links.
There's no way to disable the links, but I'm sure there's a way to get your Java application to work.
Yes, there is, but if we could globally disable ORDS hyperlinks, then we wouldn't have had to change our applications (many).
I guess I will start to code, thank you anyways.
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I have the same request... For a different reason.
I am running autorest through an API Gateway proxy. The links show up as direct links to the backend. I was able to partially fix it by forcing the host header to what I want to see in the link. But any url rewrites do not transpose to these links.
The users go to the gateway as:
And the ords HTTP server gets (through the gateway rewrites).
The links then look like the above address. .But I want them to look like the gateway address.
I read in a blog about setting the host header into "Tricking" ords into reflecting what I want to see.
So when I set the host header to the gateway address I get:
None of the url re-writing shows up on the links.
I want to temporarily turn the links off. Fix them later when I can figure this all out out.
I think this could be a really useful feature
I'm struggling to understand how your framework/app doesn't have the ability to show/display what you want it to, you don't have a way to hide the links, or for that matter, any part of the JSON document that you want?
You can create your own custom JSON responses, and then there would be no links unless you built your own.