Multiple Domains - Redirecting to different Pages.

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Hi Everybody!

I would like to know if it's possible to have multiple domains redirected to different pages in episerver without affecting the url. Is it builtin-functionality or do I have to write an Url-rewriter?

For example: A customer has three sites:

www.site.se
www.site.fi
www.site.dk

which I would like to redirect to three diffrent "startpages" in the pagestrucure. So if a user types http://www.site.fi, he will be redirected to the page "/SiteFi", but still will see http://www.site.fi in the browser.

/Root
  /SiteSe
  /SiteFi
  /SiteDk

Will it then be a problem if for example /SiteSe and /SiteFi has a subpage named "Press"?, so that www.site.se/Press and www.site.fi/Press will be redirected to the respective Press-page?

Every sites also has multiple languages, so www.site.fi/en/, should show the finnish site in english, but that wouldn't be a problem I believe?

 Thanks!

 Robert Palmqvist

#27564
Feb 03, 2009 9:09
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This is Enterprise functionality.

http://world.episerver.com/en/Documentation/Items/Tech-Notes/EPiServer-CMS-5/EPiServer-CMS-SP2/Configuring-EPiServer-CMS-5-Enterprise/ 

#27565
Edited, Feb 03, 2009 9:20
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or you could let 2 of the sites be dummy sites in IIS and make the redirect to your main site
#27599
Feb 03, 2009 23:15
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Anders' option is valid, although you would still see the "real URL" in the browser's address bar.

You could implement custom URL rewriting, but that might be a bit too much buck for the bang! ;)

http://labs.episerver.com/en/Blogs/Ted-Nyberg/Dates/112276/7/Implementing-a-custom-URL-rewrite-provider-for-EPiServer/

#27609
Feb 04, 2009 11:29
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Hi ALL

Have someone found any best option to achieve this  . I'm also looking to achieve the similar things e.g . I'v a  separate main site

http://mainsite

And then I will have say 3 more enterprise sites , enterpsie sites requires you to have unique domains

http://enterprisesite1

http://enterprisesite2

....

http://enterprisesitN

 

But I want to access these sites so to end users it looks like the part of the main site such as

http://mainsite/enterprisesite1

http://mainsite/enterprisesite1.

I can't see to ahieve this through episerver url rewrite  .Can anyone suggest best solution to achieve this within episerver solution?

 

Regards

Muhammad

 

#44163
Oct 04, 2010 12:38
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not sure it's what you are looking for, but you can add entries in the <sitehostMapping> tag in EpiserverFramework.config:

  <siteHostMapping>
    <siteHosts siteId="[YOUR SITE ID]">
      <add name="*" />
      <add name="site1.local" language="en" />
      <add name="site2.local" language="sv" />
    </siteHosts>
  </siteHostMapping>

#44179
Oct 04, 2010 17:28
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Thanks Danny

 

But I'm looking to use same domain as( local/site1 and local/site2) . Assuming local is the main site in my enterprise environment . I've couple of solutions that are outside the EPiServer but I'm looking for if someone has already achieved this . Also my scenario is around episerver enterprise (which may or may not be multi lingual)

#44184
Oct 04, 2010 21:33
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Hi

I have done something like this. It can all be done by making your own FriendlyUrlRewriter.

#44185
Oct 04, 2010 23:13