Laravel Request getting current path with query string

05/13/2020 17:00:01

Is there a Laravel way to get the current path of a Request with its query parameters?

For instance, for the URL:

http://www.example.com/one/two?key=value

Request::getPathInfo() would return /one/two.

Request::url() would return http://www.example.com/one/two.

The desired output is /one/two?key=value.

Answer #1 (42 Votes)

02/01/2016 17:41:32

Laravel 4.5

Just use

Request::fullUrl()

It will return the full url

You can extract the Querystring with str_replace

str_replace(Request::url(), '', Request::fullUrl())

Or you can get a array of all the queries with

Request::query()

Laravel >5.1

Just use

$request->fullUrl()

It will return the full url

You can extract the Querystring with str_replace

str_replace($request->url(), '',$request->fullUrl())

Or you can get a array of all the queries with

$request->query()
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Answer #2 (37 Votes)

07/22/2015 12:58:33

Request class doesn't offer a method that would return exactly what you need. But you can easily get it by concatenating results of 2 other methods:

echo (Request::getPathInfo() . (Request::getQueryString() ? ('?' . Request::getQueryString()) : '');
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