000014699 - AxM - URI wildcard use in defining resources

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Article Number000014699
IssueAxM - URI wildcard use in defining resources
Customer setting up protection at the folder level using wildcards where possible, as seen in the example below:
shop/los/*
Is it possible to use wildcards in the beginning of the URL, like this:
*/los/*
Customer wishes to set up one smart rule to account for the several different languages, as seen below:
/en/shop/los/*
/sp/shop/los/*
/fr/shop/los/*
etc.
Resolution

The * wildcard does not do partial text replacement. In other words no partial wildcard matching is supported. The * means this directory and below and does not have the wildcard meaning as it has in for example a dir command. In the same way the ? isn't honored at all. These are Are all legitimate,   simple while word or extension is used, no partial replacement.  Also can only be used at the end not the beginning of a uri.

/specific/basic/*.html
/specific/basic/my.*
/specific/basic/*.*
/specific/basic/*
/specific/*
/specific/basic/index.html

 


 

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