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How to set 301 redirect

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  1. Surya CD
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    10 May 2012
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    Hi,
    I am doing a project in sitefinity. I need to implement 301 Redirect in this web application. 
    When I googled, the only option I found was by setting the property in individual pages (Pages -> Actions).
    Is there any other way.

    Thanks,
    Surya.
  2. Josh
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    Hi Surya - 

    If you have a bunch of redirects, HeliconTech has an ISAPI rewrite for IIS. It works very well and they have a free version. http://www.helicontech.com/


    Cheers,
    Josh
  3. Quba
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    The Intelligencia URL Rewriter is a great open source solution - http://urlrewriter.net/

    You can add rules to your web.config or write your own in code, and it supports IIS 6 and 7.

    QUBA – Sitefinity specialists


  4. MB
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    If you are going to rewrite rather than redirect, then I guess the Microsoft module would also need considering.

    http://www.iis.net/download/urlrewrite

    The problem with rewriting, of course, is that the client never knows the final URL.
  5. MB
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    Actually... I guess it should be noted, for those who don't know... the MS IIS UrlRewrite module allows you to choose from multiple action types, including ReWrite, ReDirect, Abort, etc.

    If you choose to redirect, you can nominate Permanent (301) Temporary (307) etc.
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