How to Enable X-Frame-Options Settings¶
Applies from version V R4 (5.8.x)
If you want to disable the capability to load the Alation application in an iframe, you need to configure Alation to use the X-Frame-Options response header.
Be advised that enabling the X-Frame-Options response will cause the DataOS integration to stop working because it relies on ability to load Alation in iframes.
To enable X-Frame-Options response header for Alation,
Enter the Alation shell:
sudo service alation shell
Run the following commands to set the X-Frame-Options header directive and to deploy the settings in the NGINX component. Provide the desired X-Frame-Options directive instead of value in the sample code below. For details on X-Frame-Options directives, refer to X-Frame-Options documentation, for example X-Frame-Options.
Provide only one directive value in this parameter.
alation_conf nginx.x_frame_options -s 'value' alation_action deploy_conf_nginx sudo service nginx restart
alation_conf nginx.x_frame_options -s 'deny'
To return to the default configuration, reset the
nginx.x_frame_optionsparameter to the empty state. This will allow Alation to be loaded in iframes.
alation_conf nginx.x_frame_options -c alation_action deploy_conf_nginx sudo service nginx restart