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'find-and-replace' Policy Statement
How to use the "find-and-replace" Policy Statement for an Azure API service operation?
The "find-and-replace" Policy Statement allows you to find and replace a sub string in the request body or response body.
For example, the following inbound policy will replace "$id" by the template parameter "id" value in the request body:
<inbound> <find-and-replace from="$id" to="@(context.Request.MatchedParameters["id"]" /> </inbound>
The following outbound policy will replace "$key" by "xxxxxx" in the response body:
<outbound> <find-and-replace from="$key" to="xxxxxx" /> </outbound>
For some reason, the "find-and-replace" statement in the inbound policy will cause issues for some backend services. So use it only in outbound policy.
â‡’ 'xml-to-json' Policy Statement
â‡ Policy to Modify Request and Response Body
â‡‘ Policy to Modify Request and Response Body
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