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Add 'urlPermission' in 'serverconf.xml' data schema

somasundaramhal
Level 5
Level 5

Hi,

I want to whitelist a URL in Adobe instance. The reason is, I'm trying to do a API call from the instance and getting the following error.

"The URL 'https://abc.def.com/ghi/' that the script is trying to access is not part of the authorized addresses in urlPermission (serverconf.xml)". This is similar to the one How to perform an API REST call through a Web App ? .

I tried to add the following as given in the above discussion.

<url dnsSuffix="jsonplaceholder.tipicode.com" urlRegEx="https://.*"/>.

The code as follows:

<srcSchema _cs="Server configuration (cus)" created="2019-07-30 10:07:58.334Z" createdBy-id="0"

           desc="" entitySchema="xtk:srcSchema" extendedSchema="nl:serverConf" img=""

           label="Server configuration" labelSingular="" lastModified="2019-07-30 10:18:01.263Z"

           mappingType="sql" md5="121321321321321313213311312" modifiedBy-id="0"

           name="serverConf" namespace="cus" xtkschema="xtk:srcSchema">

  <createdBy _cs="xyz"/>

  <modifiedBy _cs="xyz"/>

  <element desc="List of URLs that the Javascript code can access." label="Authorized URLs"

           name="urlPermission">

    <url dnsSuffix="iid.googleapis.com" urlRegEx="https://.*" />

  </element>

 

</srcSchema>

That didn't work. any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks,

Somasundaram.

1 Accepted Solution
ananya_kuthiala
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi somasundaramhaldurai

Not possible as of now. You would need to make changes directly in the server configuration file.

Regards,

Ananya Kuthiala

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3 Replies
ananya_kuthiala
Employee
Employee

Hello somasundaramhaldurai

The url needs to be whitelisted in the server config file under <url permissions> node and not in the schema. Could you add that url in the config file. Once done save the file and via command line type nlserver config -reload so that the changes can take effect immediately.

Also please note this task has to be performed as neolane user on the server.

Regards,

Ananya Kuthiala

somasundaramhal
Level 5
Level 5

Hi Ananya Kuthiala,

Thank you for quick reply. Is there any options that can be done from the client console using data schema.

Example: By extending nl:serverConf data schema with cus:serverConf and adding <url  dnsSuffix="abc.def.ghi" urlRegEx="https://.*/ "/>?

Thanks.

ananya_kuthiala
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi somasundaramhaldurai

Not possible as of now. You would need to make changes directly in the server configuration file.

Regards,

Ananya Kuthiala

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