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Response.Redirect to HTTPS pages

Posted on 2012-03-29
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I am adding ssl to a site that never had it. I can get it to work but  I need to be able to test my code on a test server which doesn't have ssl. So I was thinking of checking a variable and depending  on it's value I would redirect to a http or a https.
   
I am using this code that works fine to non secure pages.
Response.Redirect("~/Orders/Order Form.aspx")

What I want to do is this
If GetUsesSSL = "Yes" Then
              'This is the none secure site
                Response.Redirect("~/Orders/Order Form.aspx")
                Exit Sub
Else
               'This is the secure site
                Response.Redirect("https://" & "~/Orders/Order Form.aspx")
                Exit Sub
End If

What is the syntax to use the existing directory with https: ?
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You can put the following code in order form itself to do the proper redirection

http://www.mickgenie.com/redirect-ssl-secured-page-from-asp-net/
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by:whiwex
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What is strURL.IndexOf ? I put your code in the page load. I was hopeing that it would redirect the order form  to https://order form  but it doesn't . the strURL.IndexOf("http:") returns a 0
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Never mind I figured out how to use index of. Thanks this should work
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