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How to return the full virtual path if I pass the url as "~/default.aspx"?

How to return the full virtual path if I pass the url as "~/default.aspx"?

I expected this should result as http://aaa.bbb.com/default.aspx.
Mar 27 '06 #1
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Hello ABC,

asuming you want to have the requested url in your code,
I found that using either:

Response.Write( Request.RawUrl. ToString)
gives (in my case) /wsNET/testform.aspx


Response.Write( Request.Url.ToS tring)
gives (also in my case) http://localhost:1124/wsNET/testform.aspx

Notice the difference in the request.url and the request.rawurl

ofcourse you can also dim a pair of strings receiving the url text.


Mar 27 '06 #2
ABC wrote:
How to return the full virtual path if I pass the url as
I expected this should result as http://aaa.bbb.com/default.aspx.

Something like:

Request.Url.Hos t + ResolveUrl(url)


Mar 27 '06 #3

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