Parses a URI, returning a map containing information about its components.
analyze-uri($uri as xs:string) ➔ map(xs:string, item()*)
The URI to be analyzed
Requires Saxon-PE or Saxon-EE. Implemented since Saxon 10.
Notes on the Saxon implementation
Available since Saxon 10.
This function analyzes a supplied URI (supplied in the form of a string) and returns information about its properties. The returned information is in the form of a map whose keys are all strings. Most of the components are optional, and will be absent when not present in the supplied URI.
The precise behaviour is defined by reference to the corresponding properties
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The following entries are available in the returned map, where applicable:
|isValid||boolean||true if the string represents a valid URI. If the value is false,
the only other entry will be
|error||string||if the URI is invalid, a description of the error.|
|isAbsolute||boolean||true if the URI is absolutet|
|isOpaque||boolean||true if the URI is opaque|
|authority||string||The authority component of the URI, with escaped characters decoded|
|rawAuthority||string||The authority component of the URI, as written|
|queryParams||map(xs:string, xs:string*)||A map obtained by extracting the parameters in the query part of the URI, treating these as key=value pairs separated by ampersands or semicolons. If there is an equals sign but no value, the value is treated as a zero-length string. If there is no equals sign, the value is treated as an empty sequence. If a parameter appears twice, then the resulting values are combined, in order, and returned as a sequence. If any parameters in the URI were percent-encoded, they will be returned in decoded form.|