I am trying to see how to accomplish the following two things
with the Regex rules:
(a) I want all the incoming URLS that don't have detault.aspx
to be redirected to that URL
(b) I want the final URL - with the detault.aspx - to be reflected
in the client's browser URL text box as well.
http://www.foobar.com to be processed by the filter
filter so that the request gets always sent to
this is the final url in the client browser.
or when I have a url of the form
This gets sent to
and ends up being the above in the client's browser as well.
May 3, 2007 at 7:28 PM
Edited May 3, 2007 at 7:29 PM
yes, IIRF can do this.
Check example 7 in the README file.
It shows how to define a rule that fires on the absence of a particular string in the request.
You need to use the
[R] flag for browser-redirect (so the final URL appears in the browser).
[R] flag is also documented in the readme file.