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I want to be able to use this notation on my site:
http://coad.net/link/[idnum] Where [idnum] is some identifier, such as
http://coad.net/link/31234, and have 31234 be a parameter fed into a
script/aspx page. How would you go about doing this? I've seen plenty of
sites use this notation and would like to use it myself.

Thanks!
-Noah Coad
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Noah,

Notation http://coad.net/link/31234 is a link to virtual directory
link/31234 on http server http://coad.net . The default page for the
directory will be called if you request this url. Notation for passing
parameters is
http://coad.net/link/myPage.aspx?myP...yParam2=value2 . Or you can
use http://coad.net/link/myPage.aspx?31234. In the latter case page
myPage.aspx will get parameter named 31234 with no value.

Eliyahu

"Noah Coad" <no**@coad.net> wrote in message
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I want to be able to use this notation on my site:
http://coad.net/link/[idnum] Where [idnum] is some identifier, such as
http://coad.net/link/31234, and have 31234 be a parameter fed into a
script/aspx page. How would you go about doing this? I've seen plenty of
sites use this notation and would like to use it myself.

Thanks!
-Noah Coad

Nov 19 '05 #2

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Ian discusses how to do this:

http://www.interact-sw.co.uk/iangblo...01/12/shinyurl

Also there's an article on MSDN:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...lrewriting.asp

-Brock
DevelopMentor
http://staff.develop.com/ballen
I want to be able to use this notation on my site:
http://coad.net/link/[idnum] Where [idnum] is some identifier, such
as http://coad.net/link/31234, and have 31234 be a parameter fed into
a script/aspx page. How would you go about doing this? I've seen
plenty of sites use this notation and would like to use it myself.

Thanks!
-Noah Coad


Nov 19 '05 #3

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