19.0.0 released Nov 08, 2023
A request-URL can be written entirely as a query string. This is a normalized URL. In this case, request path is omitted and is specified as a "req" input parameter along with all other input parameters. Query string follows the application path.
For instance a URL like:
can be written as:
A request name "buy_item" (hyphens get converted to underscores) is now the value of parameter "req", which can be specified anywhere in a query string, i.e. it does not have to be the first parameter.
Note that parameter name "req" has a special meaning only in normalized URLs. You can use it just like any other input parameter otherwise.
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