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Session properties

A client session has a number of properties associated with it. Properties are key-value pairs. Both the key and the value are case sensitive.

Session properties provide a powerful way for client sessions to target actions at a specific session or set of sessions whose session properties match a given criteria. Client sessions can use session filtering to select a set of client sessions upon which to perform one of the following actions: For more information, see Session filtering.

A client session with the appropriate permissions can also view all of the session properties and modify the user-defined session properties. For more information, see Working with session properties.

Fixed properties

Fixed properties are set by the Diffusion server when a client opens a session with it. Fixed property keys are prefixed by a dollar sign ($). The fixed session properties are:
$SessionId
The session identifier.
$Principal
The security principal the session uses to connect to the Diffusion server.
$Roles
Authorization roles assigned to the session, represented as quoted strings (for example "client", "topic_control"). For more information, see Role-based authorization.
$ClientType
The client type of the session. For more information, see Client types.
$Transport
The transport the client session uses to connect to the Diffusion server. For more information, see Client types.
$ServerName
The name of the Diffusion server that the client connects to.
$Connector
The name of the connector on which the client connected to the Diffusion server.
$Country
The two letter country code for the country where the client's internet address is located. The value is uppercase.
$Language
The two letter language code for the most common language of the country where the client's internet address is located. The value is lowercase.
$ClientIP
The session's IP address represented as a string.
$Latitude
The client session's geographic latitude, if this can be ascertained.
$Longitude
The client session's geographic longitude, if this can be ascertained.
$StartTime
The client session's start time in milliseconds since the epoch.

User-defined properties

An authentication handler that allows the client session to connect can assign additional properties to the session. The keys of these properties are case sensitive, non-empty strings, and cannot contain any of ' ', '\t', '\r', '\n', '"', ''', '(', ')'

Client-proposed properties

A client can propose user-defined session properties when it opens a session. An authentication handler written with the Authenticator interface is responsible for assigning proposed properties to the session.