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Match any category

Hello

how can i create a criteria in the rule set that matches any category ?

I need it to populate the category value in the log when this rule is matched :

and i want that on the logs category appears, even if the url belongs to WhiteLists.

I created List.OfCategory.Exists with Value * is true, but it seems is not working.

thanks

Giuliano

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Re: Match any category

Just have a single rule near the top of the rule set with:

List.OfCategory.Exists(URL.Categories<Default>)) equals true

Action: Continue

This performs the lookup and populates the propertiy so the categories will populate in the logs.

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Re: Match any category

This was what I had searching to enable, but i have not the property URL.Categories :

so where am i making mistake ?

thanks

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