I did look at the User guide and am mapping some of my urls over. However, that only solves part of my problem.
Here's the whole scenario:
Old website - accessible as either www.mysite.org
(for now) or http://old.mysite.org
On old webserver - Web1
Running Server 2003
SQL Server 2005
Created in a combination of html, coldfusion, java scripts
New website - accessible as http://new.mysite.org
(will become www.mysite.org
On new webserver - Web12
Running Server 2008
IIS7 in IIS6 compatability mode
SQL Server 2008
original bookmark: www.mysite.org/staff
new Sitefinity page: ~/AboutUs/ContactUs.aspx
Added Additional URL ~/staff/index.cfm
The browser doesn't find the page if I do http://new.mysite.org/staff
We have existing links like:
(this is a member profile page that is auto-generated out of our old database software that we will be replacing in a few months time) - I have 580
pages of this page alone (only the ID number changes).
I need a way to tell Sitefinity that if any page ending in .htm, .html, .cfm comes in that the URL should really be http://old.mysite.org
instead of www.mysite.org
and get the request to the right server.
Relates to problem 2, we have a lot of existing links to our site all over the internet. If I google on our website address, I get over 16,000 hits. Here is an actual link from about.com with only my website name changed:
I need to trap this somehow and send it to http://old.mysite.org
instead until we replace the back end software.
How do I fix problem 1? Can I use the AdvancedUrlRewriter to reroute anything ending in .htm / .cfm to the right webserver/website?
Thanks for any/all help.