URL path

Description

This match type lets you to match based on a network path.

Cloudlets Supported

All Cloudlets support this match type.

Fields

For this match type, you use a text box to enter the paths the match applies to. The required format of the path entry is as follows: /pathname1/pathame2. While the initial slash is required, the trailing slash is not.

In this field you have the option of pasting in a large list of values that are separated by a delimiter. Valid delimiters include spaces, commas, and carriage returns.

Wildcards

The URL path match supports the following wildcards:

Wildcard

Matches

Example

*

Zero or more characters

The rule includes a match with a path of /imag*. Some possible valid results for this wildcard are /image, /images, and /imagine.

?

A single character

The rule includes a match with a path of /imag?. Some possible valid results for this wildcard are /image and /imaga.

You can use wildcards with the is one of and is not one of operators for this match type.

Operators

This match type uses the following operators:

Value

The rule is true when

Example

is one of

the incoming request includes one of the paths listed in the rule’s if clause.

If you select Case Sensitive, then the path in the incoming request has to match the case of the path in the rule.

The rule includes a match where the path is /image, and case sensitivity hasn't been set. In this instance, as long as the incoming request includes /image in any combination of case (like /Image or /IMAGE), the match is true.

is not one of

the incoming request does not include a path listed in the rule’s if clause.

If you select Case Sensitive, then the rule is false when the path in the incoming request matches the case of the path in the rule.

The rule includes a match where the path is /image, and case sensitivity hasn't been set. In this instance, if the incoming request includes /image in any combination of case (like /Image or /IMAGE), the match is not valid.


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