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filter htmlinjectionvariable

The following operations can be performed on "filter htmlinjectionvariable":

add | rm | set | unset | show

add filter htmlinjectionvariable

Creates an HTML injection variable.

Synopsys

add filter htmlinjectionvariable <variable> [-value <string>]

Arguments

variable

Name for the HTML injection variable to be added.

value

Value to be assigned to the new variable.

Example

add htmlinjectionvariable EDGESIGHT_SERVER_IP -value 1.1.1.1

rm filter htmlinjectionvariable

Removes an HTML injection variable.

Synopsys

rm filter htmlinjectionvariable <variable>

Arguments

variable

Name of the HTML injection variable to be removed.

Example

rm htmlinjectionvariable EDGESIGHT_SERVER_IP

set filter htmlinjectionvariable

Modifies the value of an HTML injection variable.

Synopsys

set filter htmlinjectionvariable <variable> [-value <string>]

Arguments

variable

Name of the HTML injection variable to be modified.

value

Value to be assigned to the new variable.

Example

set htmlinjectionvariable EDGESIGHT_SERVER_IP -value 2.2.2.2

unset filter htmlinjectionvariable

Use this command to remove filter htmlinjectionvariable settings.Refer to the set filter htmlinjectionvariable command for meanings of the arguments.

Synopsys

unset filter htmlinjectionvariable <variable> -value

show filter htmlinjectionvariable

Displays information about HTML injection variables.

Synopsys

show filter htmlinjectionvariable [<variable>]

Arguments

variable

Name of the HTML injection variable to be displayed. If a name is not provided, information about all the HTML injection variables is shown.

Outputs

value

Value of the HTML injection variable

builtin

Indicates that a variable is a built-in (SYSTEM INTERNAL) type.

type

Type of the HTML injection variable

devno

count

stateflag

Example

show htmlinjectionvariable EDGESIGHT_SERVER_IP

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