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Custom 404 and 301's in ASP

Posted on 2009-07-06
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I have a site that we are redeveloping that has to stay on the current host/environment. We do not have access to creating any type of redirection from .htm or .html files to any other type of files. However, we can create a custom 404 page.

The only server side scripting available is classic ASP (VBScript).

What I would like to do is have the custom 404 page get the URL that was originally requested and then do a 301 redirect to the new page.

Can someone tell me how to get the url that was originally requested in VBScript?
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try this code.
the second line filters out the "404;" string.
URLstring = Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_URL")
URLstring = Right(URLstring , (Len(URLstring ) - (Instr(URLstring , chr(59)))))

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by:Hube02
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I've been put on another project temporarily and it may be a few a bit before I get back to this.
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take your time, just remember to come back :)
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