Users are allowed to define dynamic rules according to specific use cases. This feature will be applied globally across all tenants. System administrative users should define these rules and it will be applied across all the users in the system. When you create a custom throttling policy you can define any policy you like. Users need to write a Siddhi query to address their use case. The specific combination of attributes we are checking in the policy have to be defined as the key (which is called the key template). Usually the key template will include a predefined format and a set of predefined parameters.
With the new throttling implementation using WSO2 Complex Event Processor as the global throttling engine, users will be able to create their own custom throttling policies by writing custom Siddhi queries. A key template can contain a combination of allowed keys separated by a colon ":" and each key should start with the "$" prefix. In WSO2 API Manager 2.0.0, users can use the following keys to create custom throttling policies.
Sample custom policy
SELECT userId, ( userId == 'firstname.lastname@example.org' and apiKey == '/pizzashack/1.0.0:1.0.0') AS isEligible ,
str:concat('email@example.com',':','/pizzashack/1.0.0:1.0.0') as throttleKey
INSERT INTO EligibilityStream;
FROM EligibilityStream[isEligible==true]#window.time(1 min)
SELECT throttleKey, (count(throttleKey) >= 5) as isThrottled group by throttleKey
INSERT ALL EVENTS into ResultStream;
As shown in the above Siddhi query, throttle key should match keytemplate format. If there is a mismatch between the Keytemplate format and throttlekey requests will not be throttled.