JavaScript Passing Query Parameters from HTML/JS App to Azure Server Script passing query parameters in url,passing query parameters in url

I am currently working on an HTML/JS App using Windows Azure Mobile Service. I have two tables, one storing information about an attraction [attractionTable(attractionId, address,...)] and one keeping track of which user likes which attraction [favoriteAttractionTable(attractionId, userId, fav(bool))].

If the client wants to have a list of his favorite attractions there should only be one request to the server. On the server side I edited the read script of the favoriteAttractionTable to this:

function read(query, user, request) {

   var sql =
       "FROM routesTable rt, favoriteAttractionTable ft " +
        "WHERE rt.id = ft.routeId;";

    mssql.query(sql, {
        success: function(results) {
            request.respond(statusCodes.OK, results);
        }});

}

In my JavaScript Code I am using the following request

function loadFavoriteAttractions(){
    favTable = client.getTable("favoriteAttractionTable");
    var query = favTable.where({
            fav: true,
        userId : 0
        }).read().done(function (results) {
            console.log(results);
        }, function (err) {
            alert("Error: " + err);
        });
}

I basically get the information of all attractions that any user has added to his favorites but I want to modify the var sql in a way to receive only the ones related to the appropriate userId.

query.getComponents();

shows queryString: '((fav eq true) and (userId eq 0))' in my server script. But I am wondering how I can access this information?!

request.parameters.fav

is supposedly undefined.

Any advice is highly appreciated :)

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