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PIXL_PREFIX_T


Contains information about all the PIXL prefix tokens.

This topic lists the expressions that are provided by this class.

AAA

Denotes the AAA context of the current transaction.

Returns: aaa_t


ANALYTICS

Provides access to analytics information and operations.

Returns: analytics_t


CLIENT

Designates an expression that refers to the client. This is the starting point for access into parameters such as Ether and SSL.

Returns: client_t


CONNECTION

Designates an expression that refers to network packet irrespective of flow

Returns: packet_t


DIAMETER

Models the DIAMETER message.

Returns: diameter_protocol_t


DNS

Models the DNS message.

Returns: dns_protocol_t


EXTEND (uint i, uint j)

Extends the target area around the matched pattern.

Parameters (expressions not allowed):

i- Extension in number of bytes on left side of the pattern.

j- Extension in number of bytes on right side of the pattern.

Returns: text_t


HTTP

Models the HTTP message.

Returns: http_protocol_t


ICA

Models the ICA protocol.

Returns: ica_protocol_t


ICAP

Models the ICAP message.

Returns: icap_protocol_t


MQTT

Models the MQTT message.

Returns: mqtt_protocol_t


MSSQL

Models the MSSQL protocol.

Returns: mssql_protocol_t


MYSQL

Models the MYSQL protocol.

Returns: mysql_protocol_t


ORACLE

Models the ORACLE protocol.

Returns: oracle_protocol_t


QUIC

Models the QUIC message.

Returns: quic_t


RADIUS

Models the RADIUS message.

Returns: radius_t


SERVER

Designates an expression that refers to the server. This is the starting point for access into parameters such as Ether and SSL.

Returns: server_t


SIP

Models the SIP protocol.

Returns: sip_protocol_t


SMPP

Models the SMPP protocol.

Returns: smpp_protocol_t


SUBSCRIBER

Models the Subscriber database attributes.

Returns: subscriber_t


SYS

Designates an expression that refers to the NetScaler, rather than the client or server.

Returns: sys_t


TARGET

Refers to the matched pattern.

Returns: text_t


TEXT

Operates on selected text.

Returns: text_t


URL

URL provides operations for parsing and operating on the URL. The supported format is [://][?]. The Text object backing a HTTP URL object has the Text Mode set to URLENCODED by default.

Returns: http_url_t


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