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Invisigoth
Calcite | Level 5

Hello all.

 

I have been asked to add, edit and disable rules in the Env Manager for Viya 4. 
The Object URIs look like Linux pathnames, ex: /authorization/rules
Some of these URIs end with an asterisk or two, ex: /authorization/rules/* and /authorization/rules/**

What do these asterisks mean?

Thanks.

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gwootton
SAS Super FREQ
An asterisk is a wild card. A single asterisk is any URI at a single path, e.g. /identites/users/* would match /identities/users/sasdemo, but would not match /identities/users/sasdemo/memberships. The double asterisk implies any length path after, so /identities/users/** would match both /identities/users/sasdemo and /identities/users/sasdemo/memberships.
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Greg Wootton | Principal Systems Technical Support Engineer

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gwootton
SAS Super FREQ
An asterisk is a wild card. A single asterisk is any URI at a single path, e.g. /identites/users/* would match /identities/users/sasdemo, but would not match /identities/users/sasdemo/memberships. The double asterisk implies any length path after, so /identities/users/** would match both /identities/users/sasdemo and /identities/users/sasdemo/memberships.
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Greg Wootton | Principal Systems Technical Support Engineer

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