IIS und url rewrite

  • So scheint als hätte ich endlich kapiert wie es funktioniert :( - man sollte halt doch mal doku lesen.


    Wicht bzgl. IIS rewqrite ist erstmal folgendes:

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    Accessing URL Parts from a Rewrite Rule

    It is important to understand how certain parts of the URL string can be accessed from a rewrite rule.

    For an HTTP URL in this form: http(s)://<host>:<port>/<path>?<querystring>

    • The <path> is matched against the pattern of the rule.
    • The <querystring> is available in the server variable called QUERY_STRING and can be accessed by using a condition within a rule.
    • The <host> is available in the server variable HTTP_HOST and can be accessed by using a condition within a rule.
    • The <port> is available in the server variable SERVER_PORT and can be accessed by using a condition within a rule.
    • Server variables SERVER_PORT_SECURE and HTTPS can be used to determine if a secure connection was used. These server variables can be accessed by using a condition within a rule.
    • The server variable REQUEST_URI can be used to access the entire requested URL path, including the query string.

    For example, if a request was made for this URL: http://www.mysite.com/content/default.aspx?tabid=2&subtabid=3, and a rewrite rule was defined on the site level then:

    • The rule pattern gets the URL string content/default.aspx as an input.
    • The QUERY_STRING server variable contains tabid=2&subtabid=3.
    • The HTTP_HOST server variable contains www.mysite.com.
    • The SERVER_PORT server variable contains 80.
    • The SERVER_PORT_SECURE server variable contains 0 and HTTPS contains OFF.
    • The REQUEST_URI server variable contains /content/default.aspx?tabid=2&subtabid=3.
    • The PATH_INFO server variable contains /content/default.aspx.

    Note that the input URL string passed to a distributed rule is always relative to the location of the Web.config file where the rule is defined. For example, if a request is made for http://www.mysite.com/content/default.aspx?tabid=2&subtabid=3, and a rewrite rule is defined in the /content directory, then the rule gets this URL string default.aspx as an input.

    zu finden unter https://docs.microsoft.com/en-…e-configuration-reference


    Damit man erstmal weiss was man da überhaupt vergleicht. Dann muss man sich noch bzgl. regular experessions vertrauter machen und schon klappt es :) :thumbup:


    oben mal meine aktuellen rules die ersten beiden dienen dazu aus den alten URLs (alte domain) wbb und wbb/wcf herauszuschneiden. Die dritte um ein fehlendes forum einzusetzen und die letzte sorgt dafür dass nur https genutzt wird.


    Anmerkung:

    Alte URLs die schon auf https umgestellt waren ala "https://okedv.dyndns.org/...) sind leider nicht automaitsch umsetzbar, da zuerst das Zertifikat geprüft wird - was dann aber fehlschlägt.

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