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.../export/?id <--- this is a bit prustating putting a quest-mark directly after slash

if you are using pagination, you can just add

$yourData->appends(array('sort' => 'votes'))->links();

this will generate link : http://example.com/something?page=2&sort=votes

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2codetrash

Append works with the pagination links, I'm interested in appending the query parameters to the route. How can I do this?

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However, it turned out, that if I declare the controller's action explicitly, then the URL::route works fine:

Route::get('datacatalogue/export', array('as' => 'datacatalogue.export', 'uses' => '[email protected]'));

// and

URL::route('datacatalogue.export', array('id'=>1))

returns http://mydomain.com/datacatalogue/export?id=1

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That's nice

what about this kind of url :

/export/?id      //quest-mark is put right after a slash  ? like http://mydomain.com/datacatalogue/export/?id=1&another_par... 

I found this wont work.

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The working or not working of export/? or just ? depends on your routes setup.

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Putting '?' directly after url slash '/' wont work....

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