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Posted 29 Nov 2011

How to put your site into maintainance mode

, 29 Nov 2011
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How to put your site into maintainance mode
First of all, create an instance of Uri object, then check if the URL provided matches with the URL you are having, then redirect it to the new URL.

Uri uri = new Uri("");
//Do something

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Technical Lead Erls Corporation
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I am Dinesh kumar Choudhary by Name, a software Designer and Developer by Work, a Indian Hindu by Religion, Co-Founder of DSFoundation located at by profession, a Loving husband and a Caring Father by Relation.

I have a blog Website at DSFoundation is the Autonomous body to serve for the management of Local shops located at New Delhi, India. Now a days DSFoundation and its subsidiaries are managed by Erls Corporation, an Another initiative by me and my colleagues, in which i am the another CO-Founder of the Organization. Erls Corporation can be located at

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GeneralReason for my vote of 2 If you have to implement a maintenan... Pin
Marcus Kramer5-Dec-11 9:45
memberMarcus Kramer5-Dec-11 9:45 
GeneralSystem.Uri class ( Pin
Denno.Secqtinstien4-Dec-11 20:16
memberDenno.Secqtinstien4-Dec-11 20:16 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 totally unscalable Pin
Reiss29-Nov-11 5:47
memberReiss29-Nov-11 5:47 
GeneralYou haven't told us where should we add this code? Pin
Ankur\m/29-Nov-11 4:17
memberAnkur\m/29-Nov-11 4:17 

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