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I am trying to use umbracoUrlAlias to support old urls. I added umbracoUrlAlias to my document type. Then, I added the old url (no leading slash or trailing .aspx) to the content. The path in the umbracoUrlAlias returns a 404.
I have already verified that this exists int he 404.config- <add key="umbracoUseDirectoryUrls" value="true" />
What else am I missing?
It may be a dumb question, but do the standard URL's still work with the page? Do they work extension-less?
I have a simple user control that redirects a set of URLs to new paths that works with 404 pages.
Email me at casey at best case tech dot com, and I will share the package with you.
The standard URLs do work. It appears that the "magic" umbraco UmbracoUrlAlias property is not catching. I have an HttpModule that we built that will handle a large number of redirects and uses a central data source to do so. I was hoping to use the umbraco built in support though.
Casey - I'll email you if we need to go that route.
i am refering to http://www.mayflymedia.co.uk/blogs/alternate-page-name-in-umbraco-using-umbracourlalias
But umbracourlalias is not working . Please advice how can i remove "aspx" from url to make it user friendly ?
Im having the same problem in Umbraco v 4.7.2 (Assembly version: 1.0.4500.21031).All the other default/hidden/internal properties work.
My implementation has worked before on other versions, following Warrens how-to @ http://our.umbraco.org/wiki/reference/umbraco-best-practices/umbracourlalias
Is it a bug in the later versions?Any takers?
Turns out that there is more of a unexpected behaviour.
If i use the property in a subpage to a root-node (as in handeled by host name) it does work.But not if it is used on the root.
Umbraco uses the UrlRewriting.net library and you can add your own rules to the UrlRewriting.config. I had the same issue and that's what I did to solve it for the time being.