As far as I know, most of REST URL does not have slash at the end of URL, but there seem to be some out there. If I make a REST request without slash, it gets an HTTP status code 404 error (Not found) and I need to do this with slash.
Now, I want to run a REST Connector wizard. However, when I include a slash as below, wizard won't let me go next as it validates.
In such case, is it Pega Platform wizard defect? Or, is this external system's URL not well designed (not RESTful)?
Normally it is the best practice not to use ending slash and it adds no value (see this link: https://restfulapi.net/resource-naming/). Now that is not enforced, some tools do accept ending slash (e.g., Postman). I would not this is a defect, but more as designed. At best, it would be a 'nice to have' enhancement.