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titleBasic [filter name] configuration
 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<url-extractor-to-header xmlns="">
    <!-- Grab the Device ID from the path immediately preceding 'entities'; default to an empty header -->
    <extraction header="X-Device-Id" url-regex=".*/(hybrid:\d+)/entities/.+" default=""/>

    <!-- Grab the Server ID from the resource immediately following 'servers'; don't include header if URL doesn't match -->
    <extraction header="X-Server-Id" url-regex=".*/servers/([^/]+).*"/>

    <!-- Grab the filter parameter; default to 'none' if a filter wasn't supplied -->
    <extraction header="X-Filter-Param" url-regex=".*\?.*filter=([^&amp;]+).*" default="none"/>

Configurable parameters

XML schema definition

Example configuration


The url-extractor-to-header.cfg.xml file contains the following elements and attributes. Add the filter to your Repose deployment through the system model configuration.




<url-extractor-to-header>-RequiredSpecifies the sub-elements and attributes to define your filter configuration.
<extraction>-RequiredElement to configure a URL extraction to a header.
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headerRequiredThe name of the header to create.
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url-regexRequiredThe regular expression to apply to the URL to get the header value.
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defaultOptionalIf this attribute is not present and the URL doesn't match the url-regex, the header will not be created.
If this attribute is present and the URL doesn't match the url-regex, the header will be created using the value of this attribute.
If the URL does match the url-regex, this value is not used.

Return codes and conditions