URL Path Literal

Category: URL

Purpose: Identifies requests by whether the requested URL points to a relative path that matches a literalThis type of value does not assign a special meaning to characters. The only exception is % which is used for URL encoding. value. This relative path includes the filename of the requested assetA file is the most commonly known example of an asset. Refers to any collection of data that is typically stored as a single unit on a storage unit (e.g., disk drive). An example of an asset that is not physically stored on a disk drive occurs when dynamically generated content is not cached..

Choosing the right URL path match condition.

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