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Purpose: Identifies requests by whether a query string parameter in the requested URL 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 match condition provides an easy way to specify a parameter name/value combination. Consider using the URL Query Parameter Wildcard match condition for more flexibility when matching a query string parameter.
The value associated with this match condition may be defined using any combination of numbers, letters, and/or symbols. All characters, with the exception of the % symbol, will be treated as a fixed value and cannot take on a special meaning.
Certain characters require URL encoding. Use the percentage symbol to URL encode the following characters:
The Result option determines the conditions under which this match condition will be satisfied.
Does Not Match: Requires that the request satisfy either of the following criteria:
Due to the manner in which cache settings are tracked, this match condition is incompatible with the following features:
A sample scenario is provided below.
The following sample configuration assume that this match condition is satisfied when a request matches the specified value.
This pattern will be satisfied when the query string for a requested URL is "?user=joe."