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This walkthrough will guide you through how to use custom rewrite providers with URL Rewrite Module 2.
The walkthrough uses the URL Rewrite 2. The Extensibility Samples installation package includes. NET assemblies and the source code with full implementation of rewrite providers for the three most common use cases: Storing of the rewrite or redirect mappings in a SQL database; Storing of the rewrite or redirect mappings in a text file; Storing of the lookup substrings in a text file.
During the installation make sure to select the "Runtime" option in the custom setup. This will register the sample providers in. Registering the Providers There are 3 rewrite providers included in the installation package: DbProvider - this provider can be used to retrieve rewrite mappings from a SQL Server database table by executing a stored procedure FileMapProvider - this provider can be used to retrieve rewrite mappings stored in a text file FileContainsProvider - this provider can be used to check if any string in a text file is a substring of the provider's input string.
In order to use the sample providers in the rewrite rules the providers must be registered with IIS. To register a provider you can use the IIS Manager user interface: After that choose the corresponding. NET type for the provider in the "Managed Type" drop down list.
Note that it may take some time for the provider types to appear there. Repeat the above steps to register all three providers.
Also it fills up the database table with two URL mappings. Select "Add Provider" and choose DbProvider. Use the "Edit Provider Setting" dialog to configure the provider: Use the following values for the provider settings: SQL Server connection string: GetRewrittenUrl Cache minutes interval: If not specified the value of 0 is assumed.
Paste the following redirect rule into the web. The DbProvider instance named "DB" is invoked from the rule's condition and if the result returned from the provider is not empty then the HTTP redirection is performed.
To test the rule open a web browser and make a request to http: Notice that the browser gets redirected to a new URL based on the redirect mappings defined in the RewriteDB database table.Loading DocCommentXchange Loading DocCommentXchange. As already mentioned, all rewrite rules are applied to the Substitution (in the order in which they are defined in the config file).
The URL is completely replaced by the Substitution and the rewriting process continues until all rules have been applied, or it is explicitly terminated by a L flag. ISAPI_Rewrite is an IIS Module that is very similar to the Apache Module "Mod_Rewrite", Mod_Rewrite is also enabled on our LiteSpeed servers.
For more information on Mod_Rewrite please see our Mod_Rewrite Wiki and our URL Rewrite Wiki. The Microsoft URL Rewrite Module for IIS 7 and above enables IIS administrators to create powerful customized rules to map request URLs to friendly URLs that are easier for users to remember and easier for search engines to find.
You can use the URL Rewrite module to perform URL manipulation. Quite simple, in two rules. One rule for the root (^$, which matches the empty string after the leading REQUEST_URI slash), and the rest for all other routes (.+), which matches one or more characters): RewriteRule ^$ plombier-nemours.com [L] RewriteRule .+) plombier-nemours.com [L] Note: the leading slash does not appear in the source pattern.
This is why the first rule checks for an empty string. The plombier-nemours.com page is the most common name used for the default page shown on a website if no other page is specified when a visitor requests the site. In other words, plombier-nemours.com is the name used for the homepage of the website.
Websites are built inside of directories on a web server. Just like.