Retrofit 2 – URL Query Parameter

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Retrofit 2 – URL Query Parameter

  1. Retrofit 2 – URL Query Parameter

    If you specify @GET("foobar?a=5"), then any @Query("b") must be appended using &, producing something like foobar?a=5&b=7.

  2. Retrofit 2 – URL Query Parameter

    If you specify @GET("foobar?a=5"), then any @Query("b") must be appended using &, producing something like foobar?a=5&b=7.

Solution 1

If you specify @GET("foobar?a=5"), then any @Query("b") must be appended using &, producing something like foobar?a=5&b=7.

If you specify @GET("foobar"), then the first @Query must be appended using ?, producing something like foobar?b=7.

That’s how Retrofit works.

When you specify @GET("foobar?"), Retrofit thinks you already gave some query parameter, and appends more query parameters using &.

Remove the ?, and you will get the desired result.

Original Author Andreas Of This Content

Solution 2

I am new to retrofit and I am enjoying it. So here is a simple way to understand it for those that might want to query with more than one query: The ? and & are automatically added for you.

Interface:

 public interface IService {

      String BASE_URL = "https://api.test.com/";
      String API_KEY = "SFSDF24242353434";

      @GET("Search") //i.e https://api.test.com/Search?
      Call<Products> getProducts(@Query("one") String one, @Query("two") String two,    
                                @Query("key") String key)
}

It will be called this way. Considering you did the rest of the code already.

  Call<Results> call = service.productList("Whatever", "here", IService.API_KEY);

For example, when a query is returned, it will look like this.

//-> https://api.test.com/Search?one=Whatever&two=here&key=SFSDF24242353434 

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Original Author Taban Cosmos Of This Content

Solution 3

 public interface IService { 

  String BASE_URL = "https://api.demo.com/";

  @GET("Login") //i.e https://api.demo.com/Search? 
  Call<Products> getUserDetails(@Query("email") String emailID, @Query("password") String password)

} 

It will be called this way. Considering you did the rest of the code already.

Call<Results> call = service.getUserDetails("[email protected]", "[email protected]");

For example when a query is returned, it will look like this.

https://api.demo.com/[email protected]&[email protected]

Original Author Keshav Gera Of This Content

Conclusion

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