Create rewrite rules for related applications in a group. Application groups allow you to apply rewrite rules across distinct applications that are related to one another. In Enterprise Application Access each application is independently considered and rewrite rules must be independently written. However, rewriting rules may apply to multiple applications. Applying rewrite rules across multiple, related applications can be cumbersome at an individual level. Enterprise Application Access application groups allow you to apply rewrite rules to multiple applications at once.
For example, consider the Atlassian products of JIRA, Confluence, and Bitbucket. These are three different applications in the Atlassian group. In the Enterprise Application Access rewrite group, you identify the related applications and add applications links to the rewrite rule only once. When you deploy the application group, the rewrite rule applies to all of the applications in the group. The use of the application group enables you to apply the rule and deploy it once instead of three separate times for each application in the group.
For the Japanese language, you can use a maximum of 240 characters for the group name.
Apply optimizations to applications groups. Application groups allow you to apply rewrite rules across distinct applications that are related to one another. To learn more about application groups for URL rewrite rules, see Access control rules.
Log in to Enterprise Center.
In the Enterprise Center navigation menu, select Application Access > Applications > Application Groups.
Click Add New Group (+).
Enter a name and a description for the application group.
It appears in the Login Portal.
In Applications click Associate Applications with this group.
Filter and select the applications from the list, and click Associate.
The selected application (or applications) appear in the Applications.
Click Save Group (✓).
To delete the app group, click Delete next to it.
For next step, see URL rewrite services.
Updated 4 months ago