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Specify domains

Updated on October 19, 2022

Use the AcceptedDomains property to determine which domains the Universal Web Adapter should recognize. You cannot interrogate any documents you exclude using this filter property, nor do those documents match at runtime.

In the AcceptedDomains property, enter a list of filters. You can filter domains using verbs such as Contains, DoesNotContain, StartsWith, and EndsWith. You can also use full regular expression (regex) functionality.

The system only considers the domain portion of a document’s path when filtering. The system ignores the scheme (HTTP/HTTPS) and query string (?a=b). Be sure to include a forward slash (/) at the end of the domain, as shown in this example:

Use this property to prevent an adapter from processing documents that you do not need to match or interrogate.Note: If you are running multiple Chrome or Edge Universal Web Adapters, use the AcceptedDomains property to set up a filter on all Chrome or Edge Universal Web Adapters. If you omit domain filtering, two adapters could interrogate, match, and automate the same webpage at the same time.

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