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Hello All,

I am trying to convert urls with query strings to SEO strings. I have already searched and used dlls from Urlwriter.net[^],urlrewriter.net/[^] .I even installed visual studio 2008 sp1 to use its inbuilt functions. Sadly the ones i tried require that you know about the query string that is to be passed prior to using Response.Redirect. The Index is retrieved from database as per click on gridview.

My code looks like this:
On redirecting to a page by using this code
C#
Response.Redirect("Details.aspx?ID=" + Index.ToString());


The url in the browser should show
www.hom2e.com/details/

rather than
<br />
www.hom2e.com/details.aspx?ID=43<br />
or<br />
www.hom2e.com/details.aspx?ID=26<br />


I have already searched and read articles in codeproject and other websites like Scottgu's blog[^]

I am using Visual studio 2008, IE9,Firefox 8.0. windows 7
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Updated 24-Nov-11 23:20pm
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D K N T H 25-Nov-11 5:30am
   
may i see your db query?

thanks

In .net 3.5, this is an in-built feature. Using System.Web.Routine namespace classes, This all is made very simple and straight forward.

go through bellow link

click here[^]
   
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Praveen Kullu 25-Nov-11 7:51am
   
Excellent Link!! It works. Thank You!!
string id = Index.ToString();
id = Request.QueryString["ID"];


The code above is equivalent to Details.aspx?ID=5 if Index = 5

Please mark this as correct solution if it solves your problem

Best regards,
Eduard
   
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Praveen Kullu 25-Nov-11 5:58am
   
This isn't helping as i want to rewrite the url with query string .

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