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Placing Resource URI into HTTP Header variable


Article ID: 110154


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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


At first glance, if you use the Variable Type as "Request Context 
Variables", you might be able to implement this. 

Request Context Variables 

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