Resolved: Send query params from Jinja template


I can’t figure out if it’s possible to pass query parameters from a static html page to a view for processing. I have now implemented the functionality I need using path parameters. I want to do the same, but with query parameters
from helpers.utils import CustomURLProcessor

app = FastAPI()

app.mount("/static", StaticFiles(directory="static"), name="static")
templates = Jinja2Templates(directory="templates")
templates.env.globals['CustomURLProcessor'] = CustomURLProcessor
router = APIRouter()
templates = Jinja2Templates(directory="templates")'/invite/{event_invite}/sender/{sender}')
async def decline_event_invite(
        request: Request,
        event_invite: int,
        sender: int,
api_router.include_router(events.router, prefix="/event")
{{ url_for('decline_event_invite',, sender=invite.sender) }}
It’s works with "POST /event/invite/15/sender/3 HTTP/1.1" as a sample
Try with query params'/invite')
async def decline_event_invite(
        request: Request,
        event_invite: Optional[str] = None,
        sender: Optional[str] = None,
    # logic
And get
    raise NoMatchFound()
html template without any change
Can I pass query parameters from the template to the fastapi logic to processing this url /event/?event_invite=15&sender=3?


This is Starlette’s issue (i.e., url_for() receives path parameters, not query parameters). What you could do is to create a custom URL processor (as shown below) and use it to pass path and/or query parameters.
class CustomURLProcessor:
    def __init__(self):  
        self.path = "" 
        self.request = None

    def url_for(self, request: Request, name: str, **params: str):
        self.path = request.url_for(name, **params)
        self.request = request
        return self
    def include_query_params(self, **params: str):
        parsed = list(urllib.parse.urlparse(self.path))
        parsed[4] = urllib.parse.urlencode(params)
        return urllib.parse.urlunparse(parsed)
Remember to add the CustomURLProcessor class to the templates’ global environment:
templates.env.globals['CustomURLProcessor'] = CustomURLProcessor
Then, use in Jinja template, as below:
{{ CustomURLProcessor().url_for(request, 'decline_event_invite').include_query_params(, sender=invite.sender) }}
Please have a look at this answer for a complete working example. Also, this feature might be introduced into the next version of Starlette #1385. Thus, you may want to keep an eye on it.


Alternative options to make CustomURLProcessor class accessible from Jinja templates, in case templates.env.globals['CustomURLProcessor'] = CustomURLProcessor didn’t work for you, throwing the following error: jinja2.exceptions.UndefinedError: 'CustomURLProcessor' is undefined.
Option 1
Option 2
import helpers.utils
templates.env.globals['CustomURLProcessor'] = helpers.utils.CustomURLProcessor
# or, equivalently 
You could even add the whole module, and use in Jinja template like this helpers.CustomURLProcessor().url_for(request....
import helpers.utils
templates.env.globals['helpers'] = helpers.utils
Option 3
The last option would be to pass it as part of your TemplateResponse.
return templates.TemplateResponse("index.html",  {"request": request, "CustomURLProcessor": CustomURLProcessor})
If none of the above worked, perhaps other options described here might help, or the problem likely lies elsewhere.

If you have better answer, please add a comment about this, thank you!