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RE: Apache 2.2, ODBScript and Pretty URL's, John Kincaid, 05-03-2008

no idea for Apache, but on IIS...

by Louis, May 5, 2008 04:09

I've done something similar on a IIS server.

Your Url would look like this:

www.mydomain.com/vacations/?pid_123

The idea behind is to create an index.odb and use $query_string$.

In this case $query_string$ would be 'pid_123'. I also use a pseudo subdirectory like:

www.mydomain.com/vacations/?pid_123/abcd

$query_string$ would be 'pid_123/abcd', I use $split(query_string,'/') to create 2 different variables.

I hope this helps a bit.



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