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Building a RESTful Web Service

In this article we will cover Building RESTful web service using spring. Register developed service application to Eureka Server.

Auth-Service – RESTful application
In this application we will build authentication rest-endpoint (“/auth/login/authenticate). It will basically check userid/password is valid or not, depending on that response will be send back.
Note: For this demo application, for userid/password authentication we will check useriId==password  if this is true success response will return else un-success response will be return.
Maven Dependencies



















  • AOP for loggin-aspect
  • Config – to retrieve application config from config-server.
  • Eureka-Server – to register this service application to eureka-server.


Application Config files:
bootstrap.yml




authservice.yml








Name of the application is important as it gets register to eureka-server. Also when we look into application build using ribbon, circuit-breaker it will be important.
There is standard eureka configuration defined like eureka-server URL, renewal-interval, instanceId.


Java Code









Start application 
Execute below curl command for validating service end-point.
curl -H “Content-type:application/json” -X POST http://localhost:9092/auth/login/authenticate -d ‘{“loginId”:”123″, “password”:”123″}’
curl -H “Content-type:application/json” -X POST http://localhost:9092/auth/login/authenticate -d ‘{“loginId”:”123″, “password”:”1235″}’



As application is enabled for service-registry it will get register to eureka-server.








Cheers – Happy learning 🙂
Ketan Gote

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