• http://Professionaslaspnet.com Chris Love

    Too bad you did not find any good articles on URL Rewritting in ASP.NET it is actually quite easy and very powerful. I checked my sites against Matt issue and could not replicate it at all. I have written several articles on URL Rewritting in ASP.NET and will be more than willing to share my source code for a basic Regular Expression rewritting engine if you would like. I even included it a presenation this weekend. http://professionalaspnet.com/archive/tags/URL+Rewriting/default.aspx

  • http://www.jehochman.com JEHochman

    If you post some examples of ASP.NET 2.0 URL rewriting in action (i.e. URLs that get rewritten to something else), I’d love to test them and see whether they return correct headers or not. I’m especially interested in seeing any implementations with custom error pages that don’t return a 302/200 status code sequence.

    Before publishing this article I sent a draft to an appropriate contact at Microsoft and asked them for comments, but they didn’t respond.