What do the ProxySG built-in exceptions mean?


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What do the ProxySG built-in exceptions mean?
Is there a list of all the ProxySG built-in exceptions?
How do I know what these exceptions mean?

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The built-in exceptions list can be found from the command line interface (CLI) by executing the following command:

ProxySG>show exceptions
Built-in:
authentication_failed
authentication_failed_password_expired
.......
unsupported_protocol
virus_detected

 

If you want to know what a particular exception means, then type in "show exceptions <exception_name>".  Here is an example of what the authentication_failed exception means.


ProxySG>show exceptions authentication_failed
 $(exception.id):
authentication_failed

 $(exception.summary):
Access Denied

 $(exception.details):
Your credentials could not be authenticated: $(quot)$(sc-auth-status)$(quot). You will not be permitted access until your credentials can be verified.

 $(exception.help):
This is typically caused by an incorrect username and/or password, but could also be caused by network problems.

 HTTP $(exception.code):
401

ProxySG>

 

 

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Bug Number
InQuira Doc IdKB3305
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First Published      10/01/2014
Last Modified      02/17/2017
Last Published      02/17/2017
Article Audience
Product      ProxySG
Software      SGOS 4, SGOS 5
Topic      Debugging, Errors / Event Logs / Alerts, Usability
Article Number      000015028
Summary      What do the ProxySG built-in exceptions mean?
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