Request Modification — Modify Query Params

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Setup
Inspect Traffic
API Client
HTTP Rules (Modify Traffic)
Mock Server
File Server
Workspace
Public API
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Guides
Session Book
TroubleShooting
 

Modify Query Params

Using Requestly, you can modify the query params that are send to the server. You Add a new query param, change the value of the existing param or remove all/specific query param from the URL.
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  1. Source Condition: Source condition is where you set criteria for the rules. You can use URLHost or Path with RegexContainsWildcard or Equals to match the source request. Learn more about source conditions here.
  1. Param Modification: You can perform query param modification here. You can AddRemoveOverride the query params of the matched URL.
  1. Source Filters: You can define better targeting conditions and restrict rules to be applied on specific webpages (or domains), request types, request methods, or request payload. Learn more about source filters here.

Popular Use Cases

  • Remove UTM tracking parameters.
  • Using query params, you can burst cache for a request by assigning it a newer version.
  • Sending additional Information to some API calls to inform your backend & database that this is internal testing.