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mod_rewrite on iis6

Posted on 2004-09-03
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Hi Experts,

Does anyone know of a way to make IIS do the same as mod_rewrite on apache?

ie we want to make

http://ourdomain/friday.htm

be translated to

http://ourdomain/info.asp?friday=yes


Many Thanks,
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Question by:pjordanna
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Hi pjordanna,

 I'm using ISAPI_REWRITE filter for this, check it out here:

 http://www.isapirewrite.com/

 they have forum and great support from them guys, also the lite version is free, if you have dedicated server then it will do for you.


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You may also check out another tool:

IISRewrite is a rule-based rewriting engine that allows a webmaster to manipulate URLs on the fly in IIS
http://www.qwerksoft.com/products/iisrewrite/

However it is not free: IISRewrite version 1.2: $199.00 per server

Good luck!
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And here another tool:

OpUrl - ISAPI URL Rewrite
http://www.opcode.co.uk/components/rewrite.asp

This one comes with time-limited trial version.
Full version for only 29 UK pounds.
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