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Hello,

Can someone help out with these redirects/rewrites...


public_html/.htaccess
http://www.domain.com/admin -> http://www.domain.com:1234
http://www.domain.com/admin/ -> http://www.domain.com:1234

http://www.domain.com/email -> httpS://www.domain.com/email/application/file.htm
http://www.domain.com/email/ -> httpS://www.domain.com/email/application/file.htm

http://www.domain.com/subdomain -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1/file.htm
http://www.domain.com/subdomain/ -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1/file.htm


public_html/subdomain/.htaccess
http://subdomain.domain.com/* -> http://subdomain.domain.com/*

http://subdomain.domain.com/app1 -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1/file.htm
http://subdomain.domain.com/app1/ -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1/file.htm
httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1 -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1/file.htm
httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1/ -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1/file.htm

http://subdomain.domain.com/app2 -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app2/file.htm
http://subdomain.domain.com/app2/ -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app2/file.htm
httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app2 -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app2/file.htm
httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app2/ -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app2/file.htm

http://subdomain.domain.com/app3 -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app3/file.htm
http://subdomain.domain.com/app3/ -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app3/file.htm
httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app3 -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app3/file.htm
httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app3/ -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app3/file.htm


In another thread, http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Web_Servers/Apache/Q_22047784.html#17866370, ravenpl helped with the http://subdomain.domain.com/* -> http://subdomain.domain.com/* rewrite rule...

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^(www\.)?subdomain.domain.com
RewriteRule (.*) https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R]

I just need to tie in the rest.  I tried and got some undesired results.

Thanks,
/wl
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RewriteRule ^admin$ http://www.domain.com:1234/ [L,R]
RewriteRule ^admin/.* http://www.domain.com:1234/ [L,R]
RewriteRule ^email$ httpS://www.domain.com/email/application/file.htm [L,R]
RewriteRule ^email/.* httpS://www.domain.com/email/application/file.htm [L,R]
# http://www.domain.com/subdomain -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1/file.htm
# we can't catch any subdomain, as it would catch any subfolder as well. Instead create rule for each subdomain
RewriteRule ^subdomain$ httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1/file.htm [L,R]
RewriteRule ^subdomain/.* httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app1/file.htm [L,R]

#public_html/subdomain/.htaccess
#http://subdomain.domain.com/* -> http://subdomain.domain.com/*
#it changes nothing ?
RewriteRule ^app(.)/$ httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app$1/file.htm [L,R]
RewriteRule ^app(.) httpS://subdomain.domain.com/app$1/file.htm [L,R]
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by:windylad
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Sorry that should have been

http://subdomain.domain.com/* -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/*

The reason I wanted that there is if a user knows the full path to a particlar file, they could type that in and use regular http, which I want to avoid.  Does this make things more complicated with the other rules?

I realise that the intelligent thing to do is read man pages at apache.org, but this is a once off configuration so I thought it best to ask an expert.

Thanks,
/wl
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#http://subdomain.domain.com/* -> httpS://subdomain.domain.com/*
You already have it - right? You posted sollution to this in the question itself.
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