Is there some way to order the classes in a policy-map to act as an access-list does? (from the top to the bottom and stop looking up when a match is found), In other words, make the class REDIRECT_PMUR_RAPPORTS_CLASS is done before REDIRECT_NM_LORO_PMUR_CLASS
This is what it seems is happening. Your class-map condition is based on URL and not host-header value so ACE is not even considering www.AAA or www.BBB. It is only looking for fr/pages/xxxxxxxx which only matches 3rd class map and that's why you get the match and hence the corresponding redirection.
Can you try using class map condition based on Host ?
switch/Admin(config-cmap-http-lb)# 2 match http header Host header-value ?
Please try and let me know how it goes.
You can also test my removing that /fr/pages/.* condition and see if it matches or not as well.
Also, When matching data strings, note that the period (.) and question mark (?) characters do not have a literal meaning in regular expressions. Use brackets ([ ]) to match these symbols (for example, enter www[.]xyz[.]com instead of www.xyz.com). You can also use a backslash (\) to escape a dot (.) or a question mark (?). Try this as well in your class-map condition and see if it makes a difference.
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