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Redaction policy in Oracle API Cloud Service by Ankur Jain

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Oracle API CS offers an inbuilt feature to limit or remove the certain fields and headers which is the part of request and response payload. This policy is called Redaction policy. The policy can be used in both request and response pipeline.

In the request pipeline, headers, queries and payload content can be controlled before the backend service is invoked. Similarly, in the response pipeline, headers, queries and payload content can be controlled before the response sent to the consumer.

Let’s see how to apply the redaction policy in request and response pipeline separately.To complete this article, we’ll assume one service is already configured in the Oracle API CS. If not, kindly follow the blog Let suppose, one API configured is in the API CS with the below request and response. Read the complete article here.

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