When authoring Azure API Management policies, I often ask myself “How can I get the value of an HTTP header, without throwing null reference exception if it does not exist?” or “What’s the best way to verify an incoming client certificate?”. To find the answer, I typically have to navigate through some blogs or have to do some try-and-error.
When I give trainings on Azure API Management, the attendees are often struggling with policy expressions. Often they are not familiar with C# or they are having a hard time because of the lack of intellisense.
That’s why I decided to create a cheat-sheet that should help you to overcome these common issues. You can find all details in the GitHub repo, that is managed by the product team.
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