I can't remember the details because I haven't worked with EZP for years
and unfortunately, this stuff isn't documented.
Where I used it was in the user.txt file when authenticating. Things you
can do include setting/modifying session, regular EZP, and arbitrary
variables, as well as doing comparisons and file I/O. You can nest
expressions and perform reasonably sophisticated comparisons and
It is way more powerful than what appears in the documentation, but to get
started with it, you need someone who can provide some syntax and ideas. I
know people who know this stuff monitor c4l, so I'm hoping some of them
will weigh in.
On Thu, Nov 20, 2014 at 10:17 AM, Jonathan Rochkind <[log in to unmask]>
> On 11/20/14 1:06 PM, Kyle Banerjee wrote:
>> BTW, you can do some funky things with EZP that include
>> conditional logic
> Can you say more about funky things you can do with EZProxy involving
> conditional logic? Cause I've often wanted that but haven't found any! Are
> you talking about a particular part/area of EZProxy? (Logging?).