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Implement custom proxy behavior with JavaScript

Sample use case

Use JavaScript policies to dynamically read and set flow variables and perform custom logic in a proxy.

Policies used in this sample

Read more about this sample

Set up, deploy, invoke

The basic steps are:

  1. Edit ../../setup/setenv.sh with your Edge information.
  2. ./deploy.sh
  3. ./invoke.sh

See the main project README file for information about setting up, deploying, and invoking sample proxies.

Output

The API returns a set of X-Apigee-Demo-* custom headers and JSON with city and state information.

< X-Apigee-Demo-Target: default
< X-Apigee-Demo-ApiProxyName: simple-javascript
< X-Apigee-Demo-ProxyName: default
< X-Apigee-Demo-ProxyBasePath: /javascript-cookbook
< X-Apigee-Demo-ProxyPathSuffix: /xml
< X-Apigee-Demo-ProxyUrl: http://rrt330ea.us-ea.4.apigee.com/javascript-cookbook/xml
< Server: Apigee Router
<
* Connection #0 to host artomatic-test.apigee.net left intact
{"city":"San Jose","state":"CA"} 

See also

Apigee API Platform JavaScript Object Model

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