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irule to redirect a uri

mikey_webb
Cirrus
Cirrus

i have a redirect based on country which works www.abc.com if in uk redirects to uk.abc.com

I need to redirect but also to retain a catalogue number that is unique for different products so for example www.abc.com/catalogue/book/3333 redirects to uk.abc.com/catalogue/book/3333 and www.abc.com/catalogue/book/4444 redirects to uk.abc.com/catalogue/book/4444

 

For this the below works well

   elseif { [HTTP::host] ends_with "abc.com" and [HTTP::uri] starts_with "/book/catalogue" } {

      HTTP::redirect "https://uk.abc.com[HTTP::uri]" 

 

however i now need to redirect a slightly different URI book/catalogue. so for example www.abc.com/book/catalogue/3333 redirects to uk.abc.com/catalogue/book/3333 and www.abc.com/book/catalogue/4444 redirects to uk.abc.com/catalogue/book/4444.

 

So this means both the following www.abc.com/book/catalogue/3333 and www.abc.com/catalogue/book/3333 need to redirect to uk.abc.com/catalogue/book/3333 - and of course similar for all otherproduct numbers.

 

can anyone help, give pointers how to do

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SanjayP
MVP
MVP

Try following if you want to have clienside redirect

 

if { [HTTP::uri] starts_with "/book/catalogue" } { set newuri "/catalogue/book[string range [HTTP::uri] 15 end]" HTTP::respond 301 Location "https://uk.abc.com$newuri" return }

 

 

If you want to have a rewrite on the serverside and shouldn't be visible to the client browsers

if { [HTTP::uri] starts_with "/book/catalogue" } { set newuri "/catalogue/book[string range [HTTP::uri] 15 end]" HTTP::uri $newuri return }