I am looking to retrieve the url that invoked the function (PHP) but I can’t find anything within the documentation indicating this is exposed. I’d like to be able to use parameters in the path of my URL rather than query parameters. Is it possible to retrieve the url in my functions code?
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I don’t believe that this is possible at the moment. You can pass your parameters as query parameters or request parameters, but not as path parameters.
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