dongyanpai2701
2018-10-24 08:33
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使用urldecode预处理流明路径参数

I am currently using the lumen framework (5.6) to build an API, this API can be used to request a page by for example its title. The route for this is:

Route::group(["prefix" => '/api/v1', "middleware" => ["ContentTypeJson","Paginator"]], function () {


    Route::group(["prefix" => '/{databaseIdentifier}', "middleware"=>"DatabaseIdentifier"], function () {

        Route::group(["prefix" => '/pages'], function () {

            Route::group(["prefix" => '/{title}'], function () {

                Route::get("/", "PageController@getPageByTitle");

                Route::get("/parents", "SearchController@getParentalSpecies");

                Route::get("/all", "PageController@getPageByTitleWithLinks");

                Route::get("/overlap/{overlapProperty}", "PageController@getPagesWithOverlap");

                Route::put("/", "PageController@overwritePage");

            });

        });
});

As you can see the title is used in multiple functions and controllers, the same applies to the databaseIdentifier which is used in the middleware to determine which database needs to be used.

However all url parameters with a space will be converted with %20 instead of a space, which is the expected behaviour. However I would like to convert this back to the raw string, which can be done with urldecode(). But since this is applied in every controller and function I would like to use some kind of preprocessing step for this.

I have tried using a middleware for this to alter the route parameters as suggested here (using $request->route()->setParameter('key', $value);).

Unfortunately this does not work in lumen since the result of $request->route() is an array and not an object. I have tried altering this array but I can not get it to change the actual array in the Request object. No error appears here.

So in short: I am looking for a way to urldecode every URL parameter which is passed to my controllers and functions without putting $param = urldecode($param); everywhere.

If you need more information feel free to ask
Thank you in advance

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  • dongyu6276 2018-10-24 09:35
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    For anyone who also encounters this issue I have found a solution using middleware.

    In the middleware I do the following:

    public function handle(Request $request, Closure $next)
        {
            $routeParameters = $request->route(null)[2];
    
            foreach ($routeParameters as $key=>$routeParameter) {
                $routeParameters[$key] = urldecode($routeParameter);
            }
    
            $routeArray = $request->route();
            $routeArray[2] = $routeParameters;
            $request->setRouteResolver(function() use ($routeArray)
            {
                return $routeArray;
            });
    
            return $next($request);
        }
    

    This code will decode every route parameter and save it in an array, then I take the whole route array which is created by lumen itself (which contains the url encoded parameters), these are then replaced with the url decoded version of the parameter. This is not enough because this does not affect the route array in the Request object.

    In order to apply these changes I alter the routeResolver so it will return the changed array instead of the one created by lumen.

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