Cross-Origin Embedder Policy Interceptor
Interceptor that implements Cross-Origin Embedder Policy on incoming requests.
COEP prevents the document from loading any framed documents which don’t opt-in by setting the COEP header:
This provides protection for documents that don’t restrict framing. A document that doesn’t set COEP cannot be framed by another document with COEP. All descendents of a document with COEP will also enforce the same restrictions.
COEP is now supported by all major browsers. More information about COEP.
exemptedPaths- Set of opt out endpoints that are meant to serve cross-site traffic. Paths should contain leading slashes and must be relative. This field is empty by default.
enforcingMode- Boolean variable allowing the user to let COEP operate in
enforcing, which blocks both resource and reports violations, or
report-onlymode, which only reports violations. Default value for field is
disabled- Boolean variable disabling and enabling COEP. Default value for field is
<action name="someAction" class="com.examples.SomeAction"> <interceptor-ref name="defaultStack"> <param name="coep.exemptedPaths">/path1,/path2,/path3</param> <param name="coep.enforcingMode">false</param> <param name="coep.disabled">false</param> </interceptor-ref> <result name="success">good_result.ftl</result> </action>