Let’s take a for-instance..
First, Java Rules Manager is very, very picky about matching exactly:
Then after that, there are some rules it follows. Here’s an example.
If you add
https://oracle.systems.private in the rules manager, will it also apply for url
But it DOESN’T WORK the other way round: if you make
https://oracle.systems.private/xyz the rule, then
https://oracle.systems.private is not affected.
To emphasise this, here is a snip from Java Deployment Rule’s docs, which explain it a little more detailed.
“If provided, then the beginning of the paths must match exactly. If the location attribute does not contain a path, then all paths from the host are considered a match. For example, host.example.com/samples matches host.example.com/samples and host.example.com/samples/test, but does not match host.example.com/test. However, host.example.com matches host.example.com/samples, host.example.com/samples/test, and host.example.com/test.“