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oper
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Joined: 02 November 2008
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Posted: 02 November 2008 at 11:37am  

Its posible with linkfreeze

translate this:
(1) http://helicon.WEBDOMAINNAMEHERE.com

into

(2) http://www.WEBDOMAINNAMEHERE.com/Default?Site=helicon

i mean i type the (1) and that will remain on browser
but the IIS is really using the (2)???????

IIS 6  , Windows 2003
ASP 3.0


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Anton
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Joined: 30 January 2007
Location: Ukraine
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Posted: 03 November 2008 at 6:57am  

It's better to use ISAPI_Rewrite for that purpose.

The config will look like:

RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^(?!www)([^.]+)\.WEBDOMAINNAMEHERE\.com$ [NC]
RewriteRule .? /Default?Site=%1 [L]

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oper
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Posted: 03 November 2008 at 3:52pm  

i have never used product to rewrite the address bar.

so few question before we buy this:

1) Does it work for just few domains?

2) using the config you suggested, the people browsing
the web will see:  http://MyDomain.Service.com
instead of http://www.Service.com/Default.asp?site=MyDomain

3) IIS will see http://www.Service.com/Default.asp?site=MyDomain
(so we dont have to make any change to our Application?)

4) using ISA_Rewrite will take time for Page load time?

5) Since ISA_Rewrite, rewrite all Link, what will happend if
few link on the page we dont what to use the rewrite scheme?

6) if we use the ASP function Response.Redirect "pagehere"
will be affected too?

7) if the response.redirect is pointing to another website not our.
how we could avoid the rewrite of those link?




Thank for your help and time.


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Posted: 05 November 2008 at 8:36am  

1) It may work for any domain(s) you specify

2) Yes

3) Yes

4) Performance may only slightly be affected (you are not likely to notice that)

5) You may exclude pages you don't want to rewrite (you may describe your requirements and we'll help you with the rules)

6) No

7) No

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