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links say thisdomain.org but I want them to redirect to mydomain.org

Basic setup is this:

2 WFEs
1 app
1 DB

there's a web application called staging.mydomain.org  
The DNS entry (the site that everyone actually hits) is called oursite.mydomain.org.

When creating workflows etc.. the hyperlinks always point to staging.mydomain.org.   I would like to make it so that when the user clicks on that link, it actually directs them oursite.mydomain.org/whateverElseWasInTheLink

How do I do this?

Thank you!
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Matthew BorrussoCommented:
are the oursite.mydomain.org/whateverElseWasInTheLink and the staging.mydomain.org  static urls? My question being if the oursite.mydomain.org was going to be used for multiple customers where it would need to be customized?

if it is static, and you have access to the staging.mydomain.org site, then you can do a simple redirect.

You could create a text file and name it the default.htm and drop it in the root of staging.x:
<HTML>
<HEAD>
...
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=http://oursite.mydomain.org/whateverElseWasInTheLink">
...
</HEAD>
<BODY>
...
</BODY>
</HTML>

That is if the staging site is dedicated.
This will redirect the browser to the new url. Unlike a cname dns record which keeps the header, this will work with https since the redirect name will also be in the certificate.
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MontoyaProcess Improvement MgrAuthor Commented:
Everything is internal. As for the links being static, well.... not really. What I mean is that the links are generated by workflows, and the links can read with any number of variations. The only that would not change is the domain name, of course.

Examples:

System creates:

http://staging.mydomain.org/IT/sample1.aspx      or
http://staging.mydomain.org/IT/sample3.aspx      or
http://staging.mydomain.org/IT/newpage.aspx 

I want all of those to go to :

http://oursite.mydomain.org/IT/sample1.aspx      or
http://oursite.mydomain.org/IT/sample3.aspx      or
http://oursite.mydomain.org/IT/newpage.aspx 

Does your method accomplish this?
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Matthew BorrussoCommented:
No. My method would not work here.

When your work flow generates the dynamic url, thats going to be custom. The only thing I can think of to suggest is to see if you application can perform a masquerade domain function.

This way to URL's that are generated would match the oursite.mydomain.org fqdn, then you would just need a cname dns record to point to oursite to staging. it would appear as oursite in the browser.

The trick is the app, if the app gives you no options, there is really no easy way to do this without doing some screwy proxy or ARR type stuff. I dont know if you want to go that route.
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