Yep, you'll need to parse the URI.

On Thu, Oct 14, 2021 at 2:24 AM Dave <dfx1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello,

Just checking, I don't see how this is possible: I'm getting the variables
after the "?" from QUERY_STRING, but how about those in the actual URI ?

http://localhost:8080/shop/order/1001/receipts?date=12-05-2017

I presume it's up to my program to get order=1001 from the URI
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