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Problem with response.redirect - 2.Mar.2009 3:40:37 PM   


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I'm fairly new to ISA and I'm not the administrator of the ISA server.  So, I'm going at this a bit blindly.  But here is my problem.  We have an ASP.NET web app sitting on an IIS server that sits on the inside.  We have it published in ISA.  The URL to get to it is something like https://server/department/app.  In IIS, the virtual directory is sitting in the root web.  In the virtual directory, there are additional folders that contain additional ASPX pages.  For example, if I were to browse the app no going through ISA, this is a typical link http://internalserver/app/somefolder/mypage.aspx.  In ISA, the paths are setup as follows:

/department/app/* = /app/*

The problem we have is that in some of the ASPX pages, the code is doing a response.redirect and this is causing a problem.  For example, the user browses to https://server/department/app/somefolder/mypage.aspx and that page issues a response.redirect to myotherpage.aspx in the same folder; somefolder.  This doesn't work.  The only thing we can do to get it to work is to hardcode in the response.redirect, the following.


Can anyone explain why this is?
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RE: Problem with response.redirect - 2.Mar.2009 6:50:51 PM   


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Interesting...sounds like it should work to me.  An absolute redirect would fail, obviously, but a relative redirect should work without issue.  Can you tell me what the HTTP 302 response from the web server indicates?


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RE: Problem with response.redirect - 6.Mar.2009 10:42:03 AM   


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Thanks for the reply.  We have since put a bandaid in so I can't give you the 302 response is.  I really think the problem is the the addtion of "department" part of the URL that ISA is throwing in.  A response.redirect being issued to the client from the IIS server will not include the "department" and therefore when the client gets the directive to go to /somefolder/myotherpage.aspx, it doesn't include the "department" part.

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