Many web services and browser-based upload functions require the use of digital properties. They identify the host you're working with.
A digital property indicates which property file and application to use when processing incoming HTTP requests. Often, a digital property is a full, end-user-facing hostname or fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of your application. For instance,
www.example.commight be both your domain name and your digital property name. The term property is more general and can include several digital properties, such as
www3.example.com. So, if you have multiple hostnames associated with a single domain, those digital properties are managed under one property in Property Manager.
In the ECCU requests, you select digital properties you want to work on. Properties may be inexact matches. In such cases, the property name is preceded by a wildcard asterisk, as in
*.example.com. Exact matches don't include any wildcards, as in
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