A JWT claim contains meta information of an API request. It can include application details, API details, user claims, etc. Advanced throttling policies based on JWT claims allow you to filter requests by JWT claim values and apply limits for requests. For example, if you need to allow special limits for users in a specific user role, you can create an advanced policy that checks for a particular regular expression on the role claim of the user and apply special limits for the ones that match.
Here is a sample for configuring The following screenshot depicts as to how you can configure a JWT claim condition by considering based on the claim that corresponds to the version of the API (" ").
Filtering based on query parameters almost always apply to HTTP GET requests when doing search type of operations. For example, if you have a search API with
category as a query parameter, you can have different limits for searching different categories.