Specify Redirect URL Protocols with Lowercase Characters

Specify Redirect URL Protocols with Lowercase Characters
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If you protect legacy applications that do not confirm to RFC 2396 with a forms-based authentication scheme, and you need the protocol portions of URLs to be lowercase, then set the following parameter:
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LowerCaseProtocolSpecifier
Specifies whether the scheme (protocol) portion of a redirect URL uses only lowercase characters. This configuration parameter accommodates legacy applications that do not confirm to RFC 2396. This RFC states that applications must handle the protocol portion of a URL in both uppercase and lowercase. Change this parameter in any of the following situations:
You use legacy applications that do not confirm to RFC 2396.
  • Your redirect URLS contain query data.
  • You use an HTML-forms (FCC) authentication scheme.
Default
: No (uppercase characters are used HTTP, HTTPS).
Example
: Yes (lowercase characters are used http, https).
To specify lowercase protocols for the URLs in your environment, set the value of the LowerCaseProtocolSpecifier parameter to yes.