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multiple directories but one application

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I've been pulling my hair out today :(

I'm making an e-commerce shop but am trying to add in multiple shops,
session and Querystrings to identify the individual shops I thought would
not be a good idea, so I'm thinking along the lines of directory where 1305
is the ID of the current shop

/store/stores/1305/index.aspx

Where the shop application is

/store/stores/index.aspx

Can anyone help me in manipulating asp.net so this will work? (i'm assuming
it's possible)

Thanks in advance.

Mike


Nov 18 '05 #1
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If your file names are ending in ASPX, you can use an HTTPHandler to process
all requests to these files (the non existant ones).

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I've been pulling my hair out today :(

I'm making an e-commerce shop but am trying to add in multiple shops,
session and Querystrings to identify the individual shops I thought would
not be a good idea, so I'm thinking along the lines of directory where 1305 is the ID of the current shop

/store/stores/1305/index.aspx

Where the shop application is

/store/stores/index.aspx

Can anyone help me in manipulating asp.net so this will work? (i'm assuming it's possible)

Thanks in advance.

Mike


Nov 18 '05 #2

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Take a look at this:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/us...lrewriting.asp

-Jason

mike wrote:
I've been pulling my hair out today :(

I'm making an e-commerce shop but am trying to add in multiple shops,
session and Querystrings to identify the individual shops I thought would
not be a good idea, so I'm thinking along the lines of directory where 1305
is the ID of the current shop

/store/stores/1305/index.aspx

Where the shop application is

/store/stores/index.aspx

Can anyone help me in manipulating asp.net so this will work? (i'm assuming
it's possible)

Thanks in advance.

Mike


Nov 18 '05 #3

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