This article covers a Bloomreach Experience Manager version 13. There's an updated version available that covers our most recent release.

XML Rule

This Bloomreach Experience Manager feature requires a standard or premium license. Please contact Bloomreach for more information.

Overview

This type of rule will present you with a text field in which you can put the XML that the underlying software (Paul Tuckey's Url Rewrite Filter) understands. See cdn.rawgit.com/paultuckey/urlrewritefilter for the documentation.

Drop cookies when proxying

When using an advanced rule of type 'proxy', cookies sent by the client will be passed on.

drop-cookies attribute is available on the <to> element in the XML rule to allow you to not pass on cookies. See below for an example:.

<rule>
  <name>XML Custom Proxy</name>
  <from>^/test/(.*)$</from>
  <to type="proxy" drop-cookies="true">http://localhost:8081/$1</to>
</rule>
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