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SJeffries's avatar
8 years ago

Ignore vs Block: URL Exclusions

When setting a URL Exclusion with DejaClick you can decide whether you want to block the call or ignore the call. Here is the difference.


Ignore: When ignore is used, the call is still made by the browser during the test. The response, however, is ignored by DejaClick and is not included in the test results or reporting. The request is sent to the endpoint, the response is just ignored.


Block: When block is used, the browser does not even make the call. It is blocked and will not appear in test results or reporting. The request is not even sent to the endpoint when block is used.


For more on URL Exclusions, check the DejaClick Help page below:

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