Web Forms :: URL Rewriting - Looking For Easiest Way To URL Rewriting
Apr 10, 2010
I am trying to implement URL rewriting technique in my Web application.I have found some articles on net 2 rewrite URL. But i m not able to understand. tell me any API or DLL which will take care of all url rewriting techniques in my Web applications.
I have heard something abt UrlRewriter.ddl . But i have not used it yet. provide me the easiest way to do that. If any sample application is there then it will be better ti understand
I'm developing using the new ASP.NET 4 and I ran into the following issue. When I put a Menu control into the web form, the menu causes the following code to generate just before the closing </form> tag:
I am having some trouble when I use ASP .Net 4's URL Rewrite feature while Authorization rules configured.
The problem I am facing is: When I try to visit [URL]- because of my dashboard rule in Global.asax, instead of being redirected to [URL] I am actually getting the content of [URL] when I try to visit [URL] I do get redirected to [URL] which is a good sign.
I have successfully rewritten URL but not able to get background images which are defined in stylesheet.css file. Im using master page. i have used this <link href="<%=ResolveUrl("~/StyleSheet.css") %>" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />but the background image defined in css class file not rendering on page.Images are defined in .css file are as follows -> background-image: url(image/img_276.jpg);
I've been reading many articles and can't seem to get my ASP.NET 4 web forms project to do Routing/URL rewriting.
I have added the following reference to the ASP.NET project:
It then added the following line to the web.config file: <compilation debug="false" targetFramework="4.0"><assemblies><add assembly="System.Web.Routing, Version=184.108.40.206, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31BF3856AD364E35"/> </assemblies></compilation> In the global.asax file I want to add the routes, but it is not recognising RouteTable and RouteCollection keywords.
How do I get these to be recognised so that I can create the rules in the global.asax file?
Has anyone encountered while using Context.RewriteUrl in global.asax causes this error: Validation of viewstate MAC failed. If this application is hosted by a Web Farm or cluster, ensure that <machineKey> configuration specifies the same validationKey and validation algorithm. AutoGenerate cannot be used in a cluster ?
Here is the scenario, let's say I have a url
http://mysite.com/admin/login.aspx instead typing the whole url in address, user can type either http://mysite.com/admin/ or http://mysite.com/admin which all end up at http://mysite.com/admin/login.aspx. When a user type http://mysite.com/admin and entered correct login info, and press login button it gets the error above. How can I resolve this? Tried setting EnableValidateRequest to false and EnableViewstateMac to false also even I do not want to use this approach and still does not work.
I'm currently using URL Rewriting, but I recently stumbled upon this link on Rerouting, and it looks like it's quite simple yet powerful, and easier to implement than URL Rewriting, a "downside" probably is that configurations are not sitting on a web.config file but rather on the code itself, but I was wondering about the differences, and advantages of using one over the other. Having read some resources about routing, I can see the differences, and now I reformulate my question:
Is it worth it to move from URL Rewriting to Routing? Are there any IIS-specific configurations that should be made? Is it recommended to use it on a ASP.NET WebForms Application, or is it oriented to other kind of projects?
I have developers working on a site for me, they have told me there is no possible way to re-write the URL so there is no second level category e.g. Remove "/category" from this URL http://www.somesite.com/category/page.aspx I understand that page.aspx can simply go in the root folder on the server however I don't want to do this as adding heaps of pages will slow down server load time