I am wanting to create a url rewriting module and have investigated numerous examples on the web. However, most do not address the issues of handling postbacks and querystrings. I cam across a few examples, but don't fully understand how they work and thus customizing them to my needs becomes a problem. I understand the basic concepts of rewriting, but can someone explain, or point me to a resource on how postbacks and querystrings are handled?
i redirect a page from http to https using http module begin request handler .i am calling webservice using ajax but it is saying webserice not defined .which otherwise works fineits work fine when rediect page in page_load instead .but i need to add function for https to http in every page. i still not know why ajax is not working when i use http module for redirect
Our site uses urlRewriter http module that does the url rewriting for us. I want to create another http module that will handle our customize URL redirects. Now I want this new customize http module to be call before the UrlRewriter module (to avoid page not found messages the UrlRewriter generates). Is there a way we can contol the calling order ?
I am writing a custom HTTP module to implement user authentication and appropriate access rights. And for identifying access rights for the user also depends on identifying the client's machine details like IP address, machine name, etc. The access rights will depend based on from which location or machine the user is trying to login.
Can we get these details from the HttpApplication or HttpContext object?
I am wanting to develop a URL Rewriting solution that handles postbacks and querystrings. I have found a couple of examples, but don't fully udnerstand the code and don't want to implement code I don't understand. Obviously at the heart of this issue is intercepting the raw url before the rewrite occurs, however, I am not sure exactly how to go about this.
I want to perform some basic URL rewriting.http://locahost/website/ChangeMeIt seems I can't get the server cofigured right to do this.I created my own customer HttpHandler.by the time the my handler gets the url .... it has already been changed by asp.net to ChangeMe.htm ....Does anyone have anyclue on where IIS7 or ASP.net is messing with the URL?I have tried the built in Rewriter and Intelligencia.UrlRewriter and ".HTM" gets appended to every single extensionless request.
I need to create a URL rewrite that will handle a URL such aswww.mysite.com/my-article. I have seen various scenarios where a URL such aswww.mysite.com/articles/my-article can be parsed (i.e. identify that "articles" appears in the URL, the redirect), but I am not sure how to this without the intermediate "folder". Also, I am running IIS6.0, so I am nto sure how the folder without and extension will be handled.
I have IReadOnlySessionState and IRequiresSessionState on my module but still httpApplication.Context.Session == null is this because these session state hasn't been created yet? is there a way around this?
I have developed a quick module that adds some text to the bottom of every page. This text will basically inform the user they are using my application in a test environment and save me editing the Master/Content pages for all my files.Sadly, my code adds the string AFTER the </html> tag, which isn't very good. Can anyone advise how to make this module add the stringprevious to the </body> tag, so that it gets rendered correctly according the HTML standards?
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=126.96.36.199, 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?
I have implemented URL rewritting in my application. I did it in Application_BeginRequest located in Global.asax. My url rewritting in working fine. Now in order to maintain rewritting during post back.
I have added code line this.Form.Action = Request.RawUrl; in page load event in order to maintain rewritten URL during post back. When I am adding below code on image button click to download file it doesn't work. It says "Internet explorer cannot display webpage". When I am removing line this.Form.Action = Request.RawUrl; from page load then downloading file will start working but URL rewritting will not work on postback.
I want the rewrite url to work on the virtual dedicated server. so when someone enters the url without extension like http://megafastline.com/feedback , it shud display the contents of the page feedback.aspx
The code work perfectly fine in the localhost, but when i uploaded this on the godaddy dedicated virtual server and hit http://megafastline.com/feedback , i m getting
I hope I am posting into the right area... I want to know if you can access a session variable from a HTTP Module in IIS 7. Here is the scenario, I want to access the session values (i.e. User Object) from a HTTP Module. I have read oodles and tried many things but to no avail. I guess the application uses Forms authentication to authorize a logon to the site. I want to monitor the url that is submitted... RAWUrl property and if they are going to a certain page I want to grab their user object from THEIR session and validate them for access to that page. I want to use a httpmodule for this. The long and short of this is "Can I get access to session variables from the request from the httpmodule code behind? If I can, could you beso kind as to show me a working sample... I have tried many permutations on this using httpapplication, context and so forth and I can't seem to get access to session variables that would belong to the users request. it this possible?
The iPhone sends an HTTP GET request to my web application to recieve an update for an internet calendar. The iPhone does not conform to the RFC 822 Date Format for this request. It sends the If-Modified-Since as follows:
RFC 822 format - Sun, 06 Nov 1994 08:49:37 GMT iPhone Format - Sun, 6 Nov 1994 08:49:37 GMT
I dont know much about handlers or modules. Is it possible to write a handler or module that could intercept this request and reformat the If-Modified-Since date format to the standard. Currently when IIS recieves this request it immediately sends back a 400 Error because of this invalid format.
I have a module that subscribes to PreRequestHandlerExecute event, which uses the Session object. When i set the webconfig compilationdebug flag to false, the Session object is null when making requests to the web service. It works fine for .aspx requests, but only have problems for .asmx. When i set the debug flag to true everything works fine. I need to set this flag to false for production, but can't seem to get it work.I'm using II7 and the integrated pipeline, so this event will fire for all requests.
It is good experience by reading posts/discussions so im asp.net programmer i need the knowledge of how to work with http handlers? Where can we use them and what are exact scenarios in our requirement?
I have created a dynamic signature for our members in Asp.net 2.0 with VB code behind that they can use as a signature in various message boards using an http handler.This is the first time I have evered used a http handler and I am probably missing a step on how to use it.The direct url to the signature is: [URL]where the ID is a particular member. This works fine on most message boards and if you copy the link directly in a browser window, but not in other message boards.In order for this signature to work on all message boards, the url syntax would need to be as follows:[URL] or something similar where the URL does not have question marks, equal signs and the file name ends in .png .How can I go about doing this where the link will go to my http handler and overlay text, etc.