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query string

query can be used to get the query string value. It is class member of Wall, Guard, Shield and Controller.

e.g - Conside the url -

There are two variables in query string - userid and name . We can use query to access those value.

import {http, Controller, textResult} from "fortjs";

export class DefaultController extends Controller {

async default() {
const {userId, name} = this.query;

return textResult(`userId is ${userId} & name is ${name}`);

Inject Query String Data

You can inject query string data into components or controller methods for easy access to HTTP request query string data.

To achieve this, use the @asQuery decorator.

import { Controller, http, textResult, asQuery } from "fortjs";

export class UserController extends Controller {

async getUserInfo(@asQuery queryParams) {
// The 'queryParams' parameter now contains the data from the HTTP query string

// Your logic for processing user information
// ...

return textResult("User information retrieved successfully");

In this example, the @asQuery decorator is used on the queryParams parameter of the getUserInfo method. This automatically injects the data from the HTTP query string into the queryParams parameter. You can then use this data within your method to perform the desired logic, such as processing user information in this case.

Please ensure that the structure of the queryParams object aligns with the expected format and content of the data sent in the HTTP query string.