allowed_hosts setting accepts an array of URIs that define hosts that can participate in Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS). It also defines which host can embed our application in an
<object> tag on a web page. (See https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Headers/X-Frame-Options for more information.) Host is intentionally singular since the
X-Frame-Options header can only contain one entry. The first host in the list will be used as the value for this header.
The example appSettings.json entry below specifies that "http://example.com" may participate in CORS and can embed the DryvIQ Platform on one of its own web pages.
*NOTE: The brackets are required
Update the Manager's appSettings.json file with appropriate
allowed_hosts entrie(s) and restart your Manager service.