The Global Properties are:
Specifies the resource comparator information used to compare resources specified in a Policy rule definition. Resource comparison is used for both policy creation and evaluation.
Click the Add button and define the following attributes:
Specifies the service to which the comparator should be used.
Defines the Java class that implements the resource comparison algorithm.
Specifies the delimiter to be used in the resource name.
Specifies the wildcard that can be defined in resource names.
Matches zero or more characters, at the same delimiter boundary.
Specifies if the comparison of the two resources should consider or ignore case. False ignores case, True considers case.
Specifies whether or not the policy framework should continue evaluating subsequent policies, even if a DENY policy decision exists. If it is not selected (default), policy evaluation would skip subsequent policies once the DENY decision is recognized.
Defines the names of policy advice keys for which the Policy Enforcement Point (Policy Agent) would redirect the user agent to Access Manager. If the agent receives a policy decision that does not allow access to a resource, but does posses advices, the agent checks to see whether it has a advice key listed in this attribute.
If such an advice is found, the user agent is redirected to Access Manager, potentially allowing the access to the resource.
When set to Yes, this attribute allows you to create policies in sub-realms without having to create referral policies from the top-level or parent realm. You can only create policies to protect HTTP or HTTPS resources whose fully qualified hostname matches the DNSAlias of the realm. By default, this attribute is defined as No.