Context dependent config
9.2. Context dependent configuration

Context dependent configuration allows using different configuration values for a (typically small) number of configuration values, depending on the "situation" or "context". 

Examples

Configuration values that depend on:

  • client IPs (e.g. intranet access vs. internet access).
  • the URL the Loginapp was accessed (e.g. virtual host A or B; Airlock Gateway (WAF) mapping /auth or /clientcert). 
  • URL of the target application (e.g. different when trying to access application A than B).

Configuration contexts are available in:

  • Loginapp (JSP)
  • Loginapp REST API
  • Transaction Approval module
  • API Policy Service