Hash Filter

The Hash filter refers to the hash table of the values in any of the baseline request elements that may contain hash tables.

The Hash filter can be used in the point together with the following filters and parsers:

Use the keys to refer to the elements of the hash table addressed by the Hash filter.

Regular expressions in points

The Example of Using the Get Filter and the Hash Filter

For the

POST http://example.com/login?id[user]=01234&id[group]=56789

request, the Hash filter applied to the id query string parameter refers to the following hash table:

Key Value
user 01234
group 56789
  • The GET_id_HASH_user_value point refers to the 01234 value that corresponds with the user key from the id query string parameter values hash table addressed by the Hash filter.
  • The GET_id_HASH_group_value point refers to the 56789 value that corresponds with the group key from the id query string parameter values hash table addressed by the Hash filter.

The Example of Using the Form_urlencoded parser with the Hash Filter

For the

POST http://example.com/login/index.php HTTP/1.1
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded

request with the

id[user]=01234&id[group]=56789

body, the Hash filter applied to the id parameter from the request body in the form-urlencoded format refers to the following array:

Key Value
user 01234
group 56789
  • The POST_FORM_URLENCODED_id_HASH_user_value point refers to the 01234 value that corresponds with the user key from the request body parameters hash table addressed by the Hash filter.
  • The POST_FORM_URLENCODED_id_HASH_group_value point refers to the 56789 value that corresponds with the group key from the request body parameters hash table addressed by the Hash filter.

The Example of Using the Multipart Filter and the Hash Filter

For the

POST http://example.com/login/index.php HTTP/1.1
Content-Type: multipart/form-data;boundary="boundary" 

--boundary 
Content-Disposition: form-data; name="id[user]" 

01234 
--boundary 
Content-Disposition: form-data; name="id[group]"

56789

request, the Hash filter applied to the id parameter from the request body together with the Multipart parser refers to the following hash table:

Key Value
user 01234
group 56789
  • The POST_MULTIPART_id_HASH_user_value point refers to the 01234 value that corresponds with the user key from the request body parameters hash table addressed by the Hash filter.
  • The POST_MULTIPART_id_HASH_group_value point refers to the 56789 value that corresponds with the group key from the request body parameters hash table addressed by the Hash filter.

The Example of Using the Json_doc Parser and the Hash Filter

For the

POST http://example.com/main/login HTTP/1.1
Content-type: application/json

request with the

{
    "username": "user",
    "rights": "read"
}

body, the Hash filter applied to the request body in the JSON format together with the Json_doc parser refers to the following hash table:

Key Value
username user
rights read
  • The POST_JSON_DOC_HASH_username_value point refers to the user value that corresponds with the username key from the request body parameters hash table addressed by the Hash filter.
  • The POST_JSON_DOC_HASH_rights_value point refers to the read value that corresponds with the rights key from the request body parameters hash table addressed by the Hash filter.

The Example of Using the Json_obj Filter and the Hash Filter

For the

POST http://example.com/main/login HTTP/1.1
Content-type: application/json

request with the

{
    "username": "user",
    "info": {
        "status": "active",
        "rights": "read"
    }
}

body, the Hash filter applied to the request body in the JSON format together with the Json_doc parser and the Json_obj filter refers to the following hash table:

Key Value
status active
rights read
  • The POST_JSON_DOC_JSON_OBJ_info_HASH_status_value point refers to the active value that corresponds with the status key from the info JSON object child objects hash table addressed by the Hash filter.
  • The POST_JSON_DOC_JSON_OBJ_info_HASH_rights_value point refers to the read value that corresponds with the rights key from the info JSON object child objects hash table addressed by the Hash filter.

The Example of Using the Json_array Filter and the Hash Filter

For the

POST http://example.com/main/login HTTP/1.1
Content-type: application/json

request with the

{
    "username": "user",
    "posts": [{
            "title": "Greeting",
            "length": "256"
        },
        {
            "title": "Hello World!",
            "length": "32"
        }
    ]
}

body, the Hash filter applied to the first element of the posts JSON objects array from the request body together with the Json_doc parser and the Json_obj and Json_array filters refers to the following hash table:

Key Value
title Greeting
length 256
  • The POST_JSON_DOC_JSON_OBJ_posts_JSON_ARRAY_0_HASH_title_value point refers to the Greeting value that corresponds with the title key from the JSON objects hash table addressed by the Hash filter.
  • The POST_JSON_DOC_JSON_OBJ_posts_JSON_ARRAY_0_HASH_length_value point refers to the 256 value that corresponds with the length key from the JSON objects hash table addressed by the Hash filter.

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