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Help with rewrite rule

Hi all,

I am trying to come up with a rewrite rule for the following:

http://www.mysite.com/inner.php?59,,520797p,rsc270619,0,0,Index,ck_.html

maps to

http://www.mysite.com/about/press

It's only important to match inner.php?59, as the rest is fairly irrelevant.
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ebeyrent
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ebeyrent
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slyongCommented:
Hi,

Sorry I am not very clear, are you trying to rewrite something like:

http://www.mysite.com/about/press/,520797520797p,rsc270619,0,0,Index,ck_.html

To

http://www.mysite.com/inner.php?59,,520797p,rsc270619,0,0,Index,ck_.html

If that is the case try:
RewriteRule ^about/press/(.*)$ about/press/$1/ [R]
RewriteRule ^about/press/(.*)/$ inner.php?59,$1
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ebeyrentAuthor Commented:
Thank you, but that's not exactly what I need.

I need to rewrite

http://www.mysite.com/about/press/,520797520797p,rsc270619,0,0,Index,ck_.html

to

http://www.mysite.com/about/press
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slyongCommented:
Hi

sorry about the confusion, you want:
http://www.mysite.com/inner.php?59,,520797p,rsc270619,0,0,Index,ck_.html
maps to
http://www.mysite.com/about/press

This should do:
RewriteRule ^inner.php?59,,520797p,rsc270619,0,0,Index,ck_.html$ about/press [L]
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ebeyrentAuthor Commented:
We're getting closer.  I had also mentioned that what really needs to be matched is

inner.php?59

because the rest of it is session data.  So it's almost like I need something like:

^inner.php?59(.*)\.html$ about/press [L]

but it doesn't seem to work.  The URL simply doesn't change in the address bar.
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caterham_wwwCommented:
What about

RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^59.*\.html
RewriteRule ^inner\.php /about/press [L]
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slyongCommented:
Hi ebeyrent,

The URL shouldn't change in the address bar but the page from about/press should be displayed.  I think if you want the address to be redirected, use [R] instead of [L] at the end.
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PSSUserCommented:
What slyong says is correct.

Url rewritting by default hides what the request has been rewritten to (it adds an extra level of obfuscation and hence security). You can use [L,R] if you need to L is to tell it that it's the last rule to apply and the R is for the redirect.
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