Content type rewrite reference table

Content type Description
Content rewrite The internal path is in the original string and the external path is in the replacement string. Here EAA looks at the response packet to rewrite.
Post body rewrite There is a body to content that is uploaded and posted in formats such as JSON, XML, and others. For post body rewrite, content is rewritten on its way back to the user from the server. The original string contains the external path and the replacement string contains the internal path. Here EAA looks at the request packet to rewrite
Query body rewrite A user may use the external path to write content. Here EAA looks at the request packet to rewrite.
Location rewrite Here EAA looks at the response packet to rewrite.
Cookie rewrite This is an uncommon case. Cookies are usually used to maintain the state of the application. If users are getting kicked out of a session, a cookie rewrite rule may help. In this case, the original string carries the internal path and the replacement string carries the external path.