Last post May 12, 2006 07:43 AM by Netveloper
May 11, 2006 04:35 PM|Andreas Håkansson|LINK
I won't add another urlrewriter how-to post to this board, I've already gotten that part to work. It's been a while since I worked on the subjected, last time it was on NET 1.x. Back then I remember reading abit about using wildcard mapping urls without
a filename (http://mydomain.com/somename/) and that you would have to create the files-structure and a default.aspx in that folder even if you didn't need it (a sort of placeholder to get it to work).
A couple of articles mentioned that there would be a nice workaround, come .net 2.0, since the new framework provided a managed wrapper for some call to IIS which would help you with this. The problem with net 1.x version was that you had no way of accessing
this api. I can't for the lift of me remember exactly what the call was.
So could someone shed some light on the subject? I wan't to play around with that API now that I have a 2.0 development environment to play with, and sadly I lost my favorties folder a while back and with it all the saves urls to the articles I dug up.
PS. No I don't wan't to use the new built in urlrewriter technolog of asp.net, I have a custom one that lets me do regex matching, much like Scott's version on MSDN (except it's been extended more).
May 11, 2006 09:55 PM|zhuhua1006|LINK
Don't know whether it is what you are finding. Hope it helps.
May 12, 2006 07:43 AM|Netveloper|LINK
Thanks for your reply. I'm looking for the name of the method I'm refering to. Damn annoying I lost my bookmarks :-(