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Is it possible to add Wild cards in the remote site settings for HTTP Callouts. For example I have a web service called foo.com. My customers have accounts on my service as customer1.foo.com , customer2.foo.com, etc. Can I have my app whitelist a domain such as *.foo.com. So that any customer can make callout to their account by specifying their account url.

ANy help will be appreciated.

Thank you

Abhinav

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I'm afraid you can't do that. Your clients will have to set the Remote Site Setting theirselves.

Also see this similar discussion: Dynamically set remote site Setting in Apex

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