Route Debugger

Type in a url in the address bar to see which defined routes match it. A {*catchall} route is added to the list of routes automatically in case none of your routes match.

To generate URLs using routing, supply route values via the query string. example: http://localhost:14230/?id=123

: {controller}/{action}/{id}

Route Data
KeyValue
controllerautenticacao 
actionlogin 
Data Tokens
KeyValue

All Routes
Matches Current Request Url Defaults Constraints DataTokens
FalseHelp/{action}/{apiId}controller = Help, action = Index, apiId = UrlParameter.Optional(empty)Namespaces = WSCatalogoClientes.Areas.HelpPage.*, area = HelpPage, UseNamespaceFallback = False
False(empty)(empty)(empty)
Falseapi/{controller}/{id}id = (empty)(null)
Falseapi/contratarproduto(empty)(empty)actions = System.Web.Http.Controllers.ReflectedHttpActionDescriptor, precedence = 1.1
Falseapi/CadastrarCliente(empty)(empty)actions = System.Web.Http.Controllers.ReflectedHttpActionDescriptor, precedence = 1.1
False{resource}.axd/{*pathInfo}(null)(empty)(null)
Falsetermos-de-usocontroller = Home, action = TermosDeUso(empty)(empty)
Falsepolitica-de-privacidadecontroller = Home, action = PoliticaDePrivacidade(empty)(empty)
True{controller}/{action}/{id}controller = Home, action = Index, id = UrlParameter.Optional(empty)(empty)
True{*catchall}(null)(null)(null)

Current Request Info

AppRelativeCurrentExecutionFilePath is the portion of the request that Routing acts on.

AppRelativeCurrentExecutionFilePath: ~/autenticacao/login