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Properties (V2)

Adding a Property to a Configuration

Adding Property-based Settings to a Property

Property-based settings define the default behavior for all aliases for the property. If you need to add property-based settings to the property, select the type of property-based setting you want to add to the property from the “Add Setting” list (in the “Property-Based Settings” section) and Media Portal adds a section for that type of definition. For each definition type you selected, use the list to select a definition(s) you want to add as a property-based setting. Use the expandable sections below to learn more about how to add each type of property-based setting.

By default, encodings are normalized to either Identity or Gzip. Any other encodings are automatically dropped from the request. However, you may override this by creating an accept-encoding definition that is attached to a property-based setting.

From the “Add Settings” list, select “Accept-Encoding”. From the list, select the accept-encoding definition you want to apply as a property-based setting.

Dynamic content transformation (DCT) allows your origin server to serve a single variant of an object, either identity or gzip, and have the Lumen CDN dynamically transform that content into the desired variant.

From the “Add Settings list”, select “DCT”, and then select the DCT definition you want to apply as a property-based setting.

You can apply Lua scripting definitions at the property level (creating a global Lua policy). From the “Add Settings” list, select “Lua Scripting”. In the “Available Definitions” section, select the Lua-scripting definition(s) you want to add as property-based settings, then click the arrow to move the definition(s) to the Added Definitions section.