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Available resource conditions

The following tables list the available resource conditions.

General

Property Description Example
resource.@<customproperty> Custom property associated with the resource. In the examples, @Department is the custom property name. resource.@Department = Finance.

resource.@Department = user.userDirectory

resource.name Name of the resource. resource.name like "*US*". A string containing "US" will match the condition.
resource.id ID of the resource. resource.id=5dd0dc16-96fd-4bd0-9a84-62721f0db427 The resource in this case is an app.

Resource user and owner of an object

Property Description Example
user.email

owner.email

Email of the user.

Email of the owner.

user.email="user@domain.com"

owner.email="owner@domain.com"

user.environment.browser Session based attribute for browser. Use the "like" operator instead of the "=" operator, because the browser data is sent in a format that includes version and other details, for example: "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:50.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/50.0". You can use the "=" operator instead, but then you need to specify the whole value. user.environment.browser like "*Firefox*"
user.environment.context Session based attribute for context. (The QMC has a separate setting for context.) user.environment.context="Management Access"
user.environment.device Session based attribute for device. user.environment.device="iPhone"
user.environment.ip

Session based attribute for IP address.

Security rules example: Access to stream by IP address

user.environment.os Session based attribute for operating system. user.environment.os like "Windows*"
user.environment.secureRequest Session based attribute for secureRequest. Value true - if SSL is used - otherwise false. user.environment.secureRequest="true"
user.environment.[SAML attribute]

Session based attribute that is supplied at the time of authentication, such as user.environment.group.

user.environment.xxx="<attribute name>"
user.environment.[ticket attribute]

Session based attribute that is supplied at the time of authentication, such as user.environment.group.

user.environment.xxx="<attribute name>"
user.environment.[session attribute]

Session based attribute that is supplied at the time of authentication, such as user.environment.group.

user.environment.xxx="<attribute name>"
user.group

owner.group

Group that the user belongs to.

Group that the owner belongs to.

user.group=resource.app.stream.@AdminGroup

owner.group=@Developers

user.userdirectory

owner.userdirectory

User directory that the user belongs to.

User directory that the owner belongs to.

user.userdirectory="Employees"

owner.userdirectory="Employees"

user.userId

owner.userId

ID of the user.

ID of the owner.

user.userId="<userID>"

owner.userId="<ownerID>"

user.roles

owner.roles

Roles of the user.

Roles of the owner.

user.roles="AuditAdmin"

owner.roles="SystemAdmin"

Note:

To use the user.environment conditions, you must enable Extended security environment in the virtual proxy.

See: Virtual proxies

Resource app

Property Description Example
stream.name Name of the stream that the app is published to.

stream.name="Finance"

Resource app.object

Property Description Example
app.stream.name Name of the stream that the app object is published to.

app.stream.name="Test"

app.name Name of the app that the object is part of.

app.name="Q3_Report"

approved Indicator of whether the object was part of the original app when the app was published. Values: true or false.

resource.approved="true"

description Object description.

resource.description="old"

objectType

Possible values:

  • app_appscript
  • dimension
  • embeddedsnapshot
  • genericvariableentry

  • hiddenbookmark
  • masterobject
  • measure
  • odagapplink
  • sheet
  • snapshot
  • story
  • bookmark

resource.objectType="sheet"

published Indicator of whether the object is published. Values: true or false.

resource.published="false"

Resource related to apps such as app.content and reloadtask

Property Description Example
app.stream.name Name of the stream that the app is published to.

app.stream.name="Test"

app.name Name of the app.

app.name="Q3_Report"

Resource DataConnection

Property Description Example
Type

Type of data connection.

Possible values:

  • OLEDB
  • ODBC
  • Folder
  • Internet
  • Custom (for all custom connectors)

resource.type!="folder"

Resource SystemRule

Property Description Example
Category

System rule category.

Possible values:

  • Security
  • License
  • Sync

resource.category="license"

ResourceFilter Resource filter of the rule. resource.resourcefilter matches "DataConnection_\w{8}-\w{4}-\w{4}-\w{4}-\w{12}"
RuleContext

Context for the rule.

Possible values:

  • BothQlikSenseAndQMC
  • QlikSenseOnly
  • QMCOnly

resource.rulecontext="BothQlikSenseAndQMC"

Type

Type of rule.

Possible values:

  • Default
  • Read only
  • Custom

resource.type!="custom"

Resource ContentLibrary

Property Description Example
Type

Possible values:

  • media

resource.type="media"

Resource ServerNodeConfiguration

Property Description Example
IsCentral

Central node indicator, values: true or false.

resource.iscentral="true"

nodePurpose Node purpose: development or production.

resource.nodepurpose="production"

Resource UserDirectory

Property Description Example
userDirectoryName

Name of the user directory.

resource.userDirectoryname="Employees"

Resource UserSyncTask

Property Description Example
userDirectory.name

Name of the user directory connector.

resource.userDirectory.name="Employees"

userDirectory.userDirectoryName

Name of the user directory.

userDirectory.userdirectoryname="Employees"

Resource Widget

Property Description Example
library.name

Name of the library that the widget belongs to.

resource.library.name="Dev"

Note: For some resources (for example, environment.browser), you need to select Extended security environment in the proxy settings.