Supported Wildcard Patterns

The supported wildcard patterns are a subset of the Unix shell glob patterns. The following wildcard patterns are supported:

  • *           -  match any number of any characters
  • [...]       -  match any character out of a set of characters
  • ?          -  match the preceding character or range zero or one times
  • {a,b,...} - match any of the patterns a or b or …
  • \ch        - escape the special character ch

An example of the use of a wildcard pattern is as follows: “/documents/**/records[0-9][0-9][0-9].{doc,docx,txt}”.

More examples can be found in the Caching Rules Examples.

In addition, we support the globstar wildcard pattern, **, described here.

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