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HowTo: if-then-else conditions in TrafficScript

TrafficScript provides ‘if’ and ‘if/else’ statements for conditional execution.  The condition is an expression, which is evaluated.


The return value of the expression determines whether the condition is ‘true’ or ‘false’:


  • A non-zero number or non-empty string is ‘true’;
  • A zero number or empty string is ‘false’.


For example:


if( $url == "/" ) { "Access to home page" );  


... or


if( $isAuthenticated ) {  
   pool.use( "local pool" );  
} else { "Unauthenticated user accessed the service" );   


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