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Yes, this is correct behavior. It gets substituted accordingly at run-time when a tenant requests an service/endpoint list.

This formatting makes it easier for services that require additional segments after the tenant ID, as well as for deployers who need to change the URL schemes a bit.

Yes, this is correct behavior. It gets substituted accordingly at run-time when a tenant requests an a service/endpoint list.

This formatting makes it easier for services that require additional segments after the tenant ID, as well as for deployers who need to change the URL schemes a bit.