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Custom 404.asp url Rewrite without ID

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Hi all,

My site is developing with lovely classic asp. i have question. It is possible to use 404.asp custom error rewrite page without ID?

www.example.com/gallery/folderview.asp?=temple to...
www.site.com/gallery/temple

For paging more than 10 record:
www.site.com/gallery/temple/01.htm, 02.htm, 03.htm

thank for help
Jun 5 '11 #1
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I think without ID is not possible, It needs some uniqueness which may be ID aur title

www.site.com/gallery/temple/01.htm

OR

http://www.site.com/gallery/temple/m...-this-page.htm

Using 404.asp is possible. heliconsoft's url rewriting tool will be more beneficial.
Jun 13 '11 #2

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It is possible! I'm using it for years. Declare your Default.asp as your 404-site!
in the beginning of your default.asp you can analyze your query string. If it begins with:
404;http://yourDomain.de.de:80,
you can include the new content.
for example: http://www.myDomain.de/thisfolderdoesnotexists

with your 404 rule, it goes to the default.asp where i recognize, that it is an unknown folder.

i exprimented a lot of time, since i finally found this solution.
you may use this code, if you will make a credit-link to my website (www.multinett.de)
thank you!


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  1. 'ASP _REDIRECT BY MICHAEL KOTHE, (C) 2002 michael kothe www.multinett.de
  2. if instr(request.queryString,"404;")=1 then
  3.     sTmp=request.QueryString
  4.     myFolder=mid(sTmp,instrRev(sTmp,"/")+1)
  5.     select case MyFolder
  6.         case "contact"
  7.                %><!-- #include file="kontakt.htm" --!> <%
  8.        case  "greatsite"
  9.                server.transfer "greatsite.asp" 
  10.        end select
  11. end if
  12.  
you see, you have a lot of variations, what to do with 404! So - you can search in your database for the foldername.
Sep 23 '11 #3

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