- The ADAPT commands (except ADAPT::result) can be used only in HTTP_REQUEST and HTTP_RESPONSE events.
- The ADAPT::result command can only be used in ADAPT* events.
- ADAPT::allow - sets or returns the allow attribute
- ADAPT::context_create - creates a new dynamic context on the specified or current side
- ADAPT::context_current - returns a handle for the current context
- ADAPT::context_delete_all - deletes all dynamic contexts on both sides of the virtual server
- ADAPT::context_name - returns the name of a context
- ADAPT::context_static - returns a handle for the static context of the current or specified side
- ADAPT::enable - sets or returns the enable attribute
- ADAPT::preview_size - sets or returns the preview-size attribute.
- ADAPT::result - sets or returns the adaption result code.
- ADAPT::select - sets or returns the internal-virtual attribute
- ADAPT::service_down_action - sets or returns the service_down_action attribute.
- ADAPT::timeout - sets or returns the timeout attribute
- ADAPT_REQUEST_HEADERS - raised as soon as any HTTP request headers have been returned from the IVS
- ADAPT_REQUEST_RESULT - raised after the internal virtual server returns the result of the request modification but before the potentially modified request or the original request is passed on for other processing.
- ADAPT_RESPONSE_HEADERS - raised as soon as any HTTP response headers have been returned from the IVS
- ADAPT_RESPONSE_RESULT - raised after the internal virtual server returns the result of the response modification but before the potentially modified response or the original response is passed on for other processing.
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