Introduction to policies and expressions
For many NetScaler features, policies control how a feature evaluates data, which ultimately determines what the feature does with the data. A policy uses a logical expression, also called a rule, to evaluate requests, responses, or other data, and applies one or more actions determined by the outcome of the evaluation. Alternatively, a policy can apply a profile, which defines a complex action.
Some NetScaler features use default syntax policies, which provide greater capabilities than do the older, classic, policies. If you migrated to a newer release of the NetScaler software and have configured classic policies for features that now use default syntax policies, you might have to manually migrate policies to the default syntax.
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