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Placing Resource URI into HTTP Header variable
Article ID: 110154
CA Single Sign On Secure Proxy Server (SiteMinder)CA Single Sign On SOA Security Manager (SiteMinder)CA Single Sign-On
I'm running a Web Agent and I'd like to know how to make the resource URL available for the backend application by sending a Header through a response. Is that feasible ? How can we achieve this ?
Release: MSPJBO99000-12.52-Single Sign-On-Agent for JBoss-for MSP Component:
At first glance, if you use the Variable Type as "Request Context Variables", you might be able to implement this.
Request Context Variables
Resource Indicates the requested resource, such as /directory_name/.
A request context variable can capture any of this information and can make it available for inclusion in a policy expression or response. The key benefit of this type of variable is to provide fine-grained request context information without any programming logic.