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I've got a scenario using the UmbracoUrlAlias that I can't wrap my head around. Or rather, I can't figure out how it's supposed to work.
Long story short, I want to redirect all inbound traffic from:
I want to use UmbracoUrlAlias so that our editors will be able to map _pages.asp to /somepage.
As far as I can tell there is two problems with that.
1) ISAPI will hijack the request going to .asp, I guess I simply can uninstall it.
2) The receiving page will have the querystring in the request.
So. How would I be able to use UmbracoUrlAlias to map A to B? Is it even possible?
If not, what would you suggest as a better alternative?
How about trying a URL Rewrite?
Or, if you have too many pages, and are moving from an old site to a new one, use ContentFinder/URL Provider, especially if you can put match your old pages to your new ones (maybe in a lookup table).
The idea is to make the editors own that configuration. So, no, that's unfortunately not an option.
Also, there isn't a structure to the rewrites. A batch would be nice, but impossible :(
Perhaps you need both an URL rewrite and a ContentFinder.
The ContentFinder could have a global hashtable to match the two fields up, so you wouldn't have to do that on every page load, and would strip out the querystring.
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