Hi - I've searched through the posts on here and it seems to be the case that the ACE doesn't support the URL rewriting feature that the CSM module and the 11500 support, but instead uses redirects.
A customer of mine relies on a command called âurl rewriteâ which instructs the SSL processor to intercept any âHTTP 302â redirect responses from a web server and ârewriteâ any embedded âhttp://â protocol directives to âhttps://â
This command is critical to the functionality of SiteMinder and Oracle Single Sign-On as both software technologies rely on HTTP 302 redirects to shuffle the client session to various sign-on services such as the SiteMinder cookie provider.
Can anyone confirm that the ACE doesn't support URL rewrite and uf there are any known workarounds for this?
Yes, that is a bit confusing. Let me try to explain. So my assumtion now is you are running something like this: 3.0(0)A1(6.2)
For the purpose of our conversation, this is considered ACE A1. When someone mentioned 2.0, the code will now be A2 as opposed to the A1 above. This is what 2.0 means.
I am not completely sure as it's not released yet, but the first rev of 2.0 ACE would be 3.0(0)A2(1.0) (note the A2)