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Hi, we've got the tool working however when it redirects pages, the URL it creates has the port number in it, and doesn't work.
For example redirecting to "/example/page1" gives us the URL:
Are we missing a setting or something?
Do you have hostnames with port 87 configured? Or are you running the website on port 87?
Our domain names do not contain the :87, but we have a webfarm and our sites run off different ports, this one being 87.
Hmm I don't have any experience with this particular situation, so I'm not able to help with it I'm afraid...
Well, I realise this is a different tool, but looking at the below post, it could be to do with the way you grab the URL to build your redirect url:http://our.umbraco.org/projects/website-utilities/tweet-on-publish/misc/8328-The-URL-posted-contains-the-80-port-number
"took out the u.Port in the baseurl"
Is this possible?
Yes I know, but a single case is not enough for me to consider chaning this. You can do it yourself though, because it's open-source and all the bits are available on Github.
If you do change this yourself, it would be nice to receive a pull-request with that changes.
Also I can't remove the port number, because it's a valid part of a URL and can be different than 80.
I have the same problem.
I had to roll back any changes so I lost a lot of time.
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