IG 2023.11

ClientContext

Information about the client sending a request. When IG receives a request, it injects information about the client sending the request into this context.

Properties

The context is named client, and is accessible at ${contexts.client}. The context has the following properties:

"certificates": java.util.List <java.security.cert.Certificate>

List of X.509 certificates presented by the client. If the client does not present any certificates, IG returns an empty list. Never null.

The following example uses the certificate associated with the incoming HTTP connection:

{
  "name": "CertificateThumbprintFilter-1",
  "type": "CertificateThumbprintFilter",
  "config": {
    "certificate": "${contexts.client.certificates[0]}"
  }
}
"isExternal": boolean

True if the client connection is external.

"isSecure": boolean

True if the client connection is secure.

"localAddress": java.lang.String

The IP address of the interface that received the request.

"localPort": integer

The port of the interface that received the request.

"remoteAddress": java.lang.String

The IP address of the client (or the last proxy) that sent the request.

"remotePort": integer

The source port of the client (or the last proxy) that sent the request.

"remoteUser": java.lang.String

The login of the user making the request, or null if unknown. This is likely to be null unless you have deployed IG with a non-default deployment descriptor that secures the IG web application.

"userAgent": java.lang.String

The value of the User-Agent HTTP header in the request if any, otherwise null.

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