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Url Rewriting

Posted on 2011-03-25
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I have a sharepoint 2010 site with lots of pages like
articledetails.aspx?id=1
qadetails.tasp?id=1

etc, etc

I want that the search engines and the user sees in the browser instead of that, something like

/articles/articletitle
/questionsandanswers/questiontitle

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Question by:Simbios
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by:nbove
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This would largely be accomplished by setting default pages for directories in IIS and modifying your web pages to inspect form post data instead of inspecting the query string.
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the problem is that the title of the article or the title of the question is on a sharepoint list, so I need to query the database to know the title and then use it on the url rewrites, I dont really understand about httpmodules ,where can I put the code to query the sharepoint list?

My rules as far as I know cant be on a config file because they are too specific.
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by:Simbios
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I got an idea to simplify the Url Rewritng

On the pages that point to the details pages I decided to pass the title of the article as a querystring

for example

 
articledetails.aspx?id=1&ArticleTile=LorepIpsum

so I need to convert it to

/articles/LorepIpsum

 

it should be easier this way?
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