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why is there a # in nifi-registry UI url

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why is there a # in nifi-registry UI url

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For instance: http://localhost:18080/nifi-registry/#/explorer/grid-list
Is there a way to remove the `#` and still have the url work?

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Re: why is there a # in nifi-registry UI url

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@sambeth 

The hash (#) character is reserved as a delimiter to separate the URI of an object from a fragment identifier.
Registry has a number of different fragment Identifiers. The fragment identifier represents a part of, fragment of, or a sub-function within, an object.  The fragment identifier follows the "/#/" in the URL and can represent fragments in text documents by line and character range, or in graphics by coordinates, or in structured documents using ladders.  For example the "grid-list" of flows displayed when you access the NiFi UI.

No, you cannot remove the # from the URL.  Are you encountering an issue?

Hope this helps,

Matt

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Re: why is there a # in nifi-registry UI url

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@sambeth 

The hash (#) character is reserved as a delimiter to separate the URI of an object from a fragment identifier.
Registry has a number of different fragment Identifiers. The fragment identifier represents a part of, fragment of, or a sub-function within, an object.  The fragment identifier follows the "/#/" in the URL and can represent fragments in text documents by line and character range, or in graphics by coordinates, or in structured documents using ladders.  For example the "grid-list" of flows displayed when you access the NiFi UI.

No, you cannot remove the # from the URL.  Are you encountering an issue?

Hope this helps,

Matt

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