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i know that it can be done with MVC, but can it be done with the ordinary ASP.Net website
i want for example "www.stackoverflow.com/questions/ask?title=some thing........"
to be like "www.stackoverflow.com/questions/whatever" just to make it nice and easy to read.
i don't want to edit any rule in IIS, i want to do it in C# code.
any help is appreciated.
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Hi Prutal,

I think you can find your answer here[^] and here[^].
Hope this helps you a bit.

Regards,
RK
 
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Prutal 3-Dec-13 3:50am    
after the whole day reading and searching, i reach to a conclusion that:
the concept of url rewriting is to route the url or to rewrite the url in the request to the real page.

example:
<pre> <a href="http://www.example.com/something"></a></pre>

when this link is clicked the Application_BeginRequest in the global.asax will handle the Request.URL and rewrite it to "http://www.example.com/something_else.aspx" or any other real page in the site that have a meaning to the server to render it, also the url could contain a query string parameters, so they should be included in both real url and virtual url(example
virtual: "http://www.example.com/something/12"
real: "http://www.example.com/something_else.aspx?"

).

will this is cool, but in my case the scenario is that, i have all the site running, if i want to change all the links in the site will be a very tedious work.

any suggestion
♥…ЯҠ…♥ 3-Dec-13 5:02am    
I think you can read this http://www.iis.net/learn/extensions/url-rewrite-module/iis-url-rewriting-and-aspnet-routing to rewrite the url to whole application.

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