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[1.5.0] No route able to invoke action WebSocket.ChatRoomSocket.join was found

Reported by greenLED | April 15th, 2018 @ 07:40 PM

Hi. I tried to test the sample chat app in Play! 1.5.0 and got an Internal Server Error when generating the reverse route to the websocket controller action. Tried with the trivial example from documentation in a new project and it also failed. Checked the same example app in Play! 1.4.4 and it's working fine.

Framework version: 1.5.0
Java version: openjdk 1.8
Platform you're using: Ubuntu 16.04

Reproduction steps:

  1. Download and install Play! 1.5.0 from https://downloads.typesafe.com/play/1.5.0/play-1.5.0.zip
  2. Run the Chat example app
  3. Try to use the websockets example


This is the error stack trace:

Internal Server Error (500) for request GET /websocket/room?user=asd

No route found (In /app/views/WebSocket/room.html around line 52)
No route able to invoke action WebSocket.ChatRoomSocket.join was found.

play.exceptions.NoRouteFoundException: No route found
    at play.templates.BaseTemplate.throwException(BaseTemplate.java:79)
    at play.templates.GroovyTemplate.internalRender(GroovyTemplate.java:292)
    at play.templates.Template.render(Template.java:28)
    at play.templates.GroovyTemplate.render(GroovyTemplate.java:230)
    at play.mvc.results.RenderTemplate.<init>(RenderTemplate.java:28)
    at play.mvc.Controller.renderTemplate(Controller.java:804)
    at play.mvc.Controller.renderTemplate(Controller.java:782)
    at play.mvc.Controller.render(Controller.java:843)
    at controllers.WebSocket.room(WebSocket.java:20)
    at play.mvc.ActionInvoker.invokeWithContinuation(ActionInvoker.java:539)
    at play.mvc.ActionInvoker.invoke(ActionInvoker.java:476)
    at play.mvc.ActionInvoker.invokeControllerMethod(ActionInvoker.java:470)
    at play.mvc.ActionInvoker.invokeControllerMethod(ActionInvoker.java:437)
    at play.mvc.ActionInvoker.invoke(ActionInvoker.java:160)
    at Invocation.HTTP Request(Play!)

Juan Carlos

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