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Rails: How to get URL params without routing parameters (or vice versa)

Rails' params hash contains any request parameters (URL parameters or request payload) as well as routing parameters like :controller, :action, or :id.

To access only URL parameters, use request.query_parameters. Routing params are available through request.path_parameters.

# On /users?query=Bob&page=2 >> request.params => {"page"=>"2", "query"=>"Bob", "controller"=>"users", "action"=>"index"} >> request.query_parameters => {"page"=>"2", "query"=>"Bob"} >> request.path_parameters => {:controller=>"users", :action=>"index"}

Note that path_parameters is a Hash with Symbol keys, not a HashWithIndifferentAccess like the other.

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