req.url.path

STRING, read-only.

Available in all subroutines.

The full path, without any query parameters.

This variable is updated any time req.url is set.

Example

In the request www.example.com/inner/index.html?a=1&b=2, req.url.path will contain /inner/index.html.

Try it out

req.url.path is used in the following solution recipes, which show real world use cases. Click RUN to provision a Fastly service, execute the code on Fastly, and see how the function behaves.

No-origin RUM logging

Collect and aggregate log data submitted from browsers directly into S3 or another log store without having to handle the traffic at your origin.

Remove querystring from static assets

Use the new Sec-Fetch-Dest header or URL patterns to identify assets that should not allow querystrings to be part of the cache key.

Redirect old URLs at the edge

Use a dictionary of URL mappings to serve your redirects at lightning speed.

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