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  1. Stripes
  2. STRIPES-150

Allow "path" in stripes-connect manifest to be a callback function

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    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: P3
    • Resolution: Done
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      The part of the configuration of a resource in the stripes-connect manifest is its path, a string that is substituted with the values of URL path-components and query parameters, and will at some point (see STRIPES-123) also be able to substitute pieces of local state.

      Although the string templating mechanism is quite powerful, and will suffice for the great majority of cases, certain more complex cases (such as generating a CQL query that includes sort-specification and filters as well as the base query) need more expressive power. For that reason, we want to allow the path to optionally be a function that returns the path based on the values of various properties (including of course the path components and query parameters).

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                mike Mike Taylor
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                mike Mike Taylor
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