Re: [SR-Users] Error parsing parameter value

2019-10-08 Thread Duarte Rocha
Yes, i think both ways are correct The only problem is that i want to have the real value using {uri.param} which would be "". However it only returns , without the quotes. A terça, 8/10/2019, 15:54, Daniel-Constantin Mierla escreveu: > The example you gave with the value of +sip.instance

Re: [SR-Users] Error parsing parameter value

2019-10-08 Thread Daniel-Constantin Mierla
The example you gave with the value of +sip.instance between double quotes is valid, I have seen it many times like this. On the other hand, other parameters of Contact header can usually be without quoted value, like: Contact:;reg-id=1 Both types can be in the header at the same time. Is the

Re: [SR-Users] Error parsing parameter value

2019-10-08 Thread Duarte Rocha
Thank you for your answer. The green example was just for testing. My real example is similar to yellow on a header parameter since i have a client sending me the value of sip.instance between quotes and i can't identify the value when it is quoted. Example : Contact:;+sip.instance="" It seems

Re: [SR-Users] Error parsing parameter value

2019-10-08 Thread David Villasmil
Indeed, it looks like the parser takes 'yellow="twelve"' as a quoted string, since, if you do yellow="twel ve" it would then output `twel ve` properly. Which kind of makes sense, since quotes should be used if one wants a long string like "hello my name is david". I'll defer to Daniel here.

Re: [SR-Users] Error parsing parameter value

2019-10-08 Thread Daniel-Constantin Mierla
Hello, the values of parameters can be quoted or unquoted, depending on the format (e.g., URI parameters have to be unquoted). If they start with a quote, then it has to be terminated with the same quote and then the value is in between the quotes. The {param} transformation is using the same

Re: [SR-Users] Error parsing parameter value

2019-10-08 Thread Duarte Rocha
Hi David. I want to ble able to print : yellow = "twelve". In the green example the "" are printed, but on the yellow example it is not. Cheers A terça, 8/10/2019, 12:36, Duarte Rocha escreveu: > Greetings, > > > > I'm testing some parameters actions and i found a weird behaviour > > > > This

Re: [SR-Users] Error parsing parameter value

2019-10-08 Thread David Villasmil
I ask because the output looks good, you’re escaping the double quotes with \ and on the other, no escaping is needed because you’re using single quotes. On Tue, 8 Oct 2019 at 13:55, David Villasmil wrote: > What’s the expected outcome? > > On Tue, 8 Oct 2019 at 12:39, Duarte Rocha wrote: > >>

Re: [SR-Users] Error parsing parameter value

2019-10-08 Thread David Villasmil
What’s the expected outcome? On Tue, 8 Oct 2019 at 12:39, Duarte Rocha wrote: > Greetings, > > > > I'm testing some parameters actions and i found a weird behaviour > > > > This is my code for the test : > > > > $var(Parameter_List) = "blue=twelve;green=twe\"lve\";yellow=\"twelve\""; > >