Reference

get map

Test whether an input matches an entry in a map file.

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This command returns a result that indicates whether an input matches an entry in a map file. This is useful for debugging maps.

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Pass the map ID and an input string to get map to test whether the string matches any keys.

bash
/cart/ cart_api
/reviews/ reviews_api
bash
/cart/ cart_api
/reviews/ reviews_api

Assume we have this map file:

Test whether the input string /reviews/war-and-peace/1 matches any keys:

bash
echo "get map #0 /reviews/war-and-peace/1" | \
sudo socat stdio tcp4-connect:127.0.0.1:9999
bash
echo "get map #0 /reviews/war-and-peace/1" | \
sudo socat stdio tcp4-connect:127.0.0.1:9999
output
bash
type=beg, case=sensitive, found=yes, idx=tree, key="/reviews/", value="reviews_api", type="str"
output
bash
type=beg, case=sensitive, found=yes, idx=tree, key="/reviews/", value="reviews_api", type="str"

The result indicates that a match was found using the type beg, which means begins with. It matched the key /reviews/.

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