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The meaning of DENIED, OBSERVED, and PROXIED as it relates to the access log field sc-filter-result

Solutions ID:    KB1790
Version:    2.0
Status:    Published
Published date:    03/02/2009
Updated:    04/28/2009
 

Problem Description

The meaning of DENIED, OBSERVED, and PROXIED as it relates to the access log field sc-filter-result
You want to know the meaning of DENIED, OBSERVED, and PROXIED as it relates to the access log field sc-filter-result

Resolution

OBSERVED
Indicates that at some point, policy invoked a category lookup, ie, a "category=" trigger was evaluated.

DENIED
Indicates that the request was not served. Typically this means the user received some form of an exception.

PROXIED
Indicates that that the policy never looked up the category. The category was not a factor in the policy decision.


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