AngularJS: Is it possible for the following URL to be used in a form?

In a form for an AngularJS page, is it possible to use the following URL to be set for a method?

https://example.com/transaction-address/id3 

I’ve tried doing this, but the email id I’ve set is not being passed. The form is being handled in the injected script and the problem (or maybe a mistake) is in the line that injects the ‘id3’ method.

In the script for the ng-app, I’ve set the ‘id3’ method:

angular.module('app', []) 
    .factory('Account', function($q, $u, $sce) { 
        $q.all([ 
            ['$http', 
            {'id1': 1, 
            'id2': 2, 
            'id3': 3, 
            'id4': 4,} 
        ]).then(function (response) { 
            var sl = 'id3'; 
            $sce.trustAsResource('id3', sl); 
            response.end(); 
        }); 
    }); 

Answer

You don’t need to automatize the id3 string here. Just assign it to a variable:

angular.module('app', []) 
    .factory('Account', function($q, $u, $sce) { 
        $q.all([ 
            ['$http', 
            {'id1': 1, 
            'id2': 2, 
            'id3': 3, 
            'id4': 4,} 
        ]).then(function (response) { 
            var sl = 'id3'; 
            response.sendValue(sl); 
            }) 
    }); 

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