Hi, Thanks for your reply. But as per specification, we need to redirect to /redfish/v1/ if request comes to /redfish/v1
Copied below from specification section 6.7. Redfish-defined URIs and relative reference rules • Redirect it to the associated Redfish-defined URI.
• Treat it as the equivalent URI to the associated Redfish-defined URI:
URI Associated Redfish-defined URI
In this case how we can return 200 for redfish/v1, please confirm
You missed the sentence directly above those two bullet-listed options: "In addition, the service shall process the following URI without a trailing slash in one of these ways:" - so you can choose to either redirect or return the resource (200) as if the requested URI was /redfish/v1/