Clicking on this link will take you (after authentication) directly to the course. This is straightforward because a course is a physical entity in PA.
We now have a requirement to show a portion of the course library (such as what is shown below) after clicking on a URL. The issue is that this is not a destination - it is constructed using JS and data pages/transforms/etc when a person clicks the following sequence: Course Library > By Product > Marketing. My question is, does PRPC 7.1.9 have a way to use parameters from a URL to build this upon log in? If not, is there another way to do this? Is this possible in 7.2.x?
However it appears that you are providing code to construct a URL from JS. What I actually want to do is construct something with JS that is passed in via a URL. This is a hypothetical series of events:
You understand the requirement, and I agree that clicking a button/link or whatever will call an activity which will generate the URL, but my question essentially remains - how do I populate the URL so that PRPC 7.1.9 can use the params to call the required objects upon logging in? Does 7.1.9 do this? Do I need 7.2?
I appreciate the difficulty of both what I am requesting and what needs to be done here. To be absolutely clear, lets say I want to create a URL right now, on the mesh with no activity. In the URL I will reference the destination server which is: https://pdn.pega.com/pega-academy/my-self-study
Next, I will need to pass PRPC parameters in the URL that will allow it to invoke JS to dynamically build the proper response: