Dynamic Url Routing
How can I use the following url structure:
Where the structure is based on navigating down a hierarchy stored in a database and a user can remove a category level from the path to move back up the hierarchy.
I want to use this structure for an eCommerce site with the following example url:
Where removing /sony+bravia+40+inch+1080p/ would call a controller and action for listing electrical/televisions.
Not sure whether to use MVC2 Routing, Url rewriting etc.
Sounds like URL rewriting would be best. It should be fairly easy to rewrite something like ...
So, if you're using .NET's interface, you can either use the "User friendly URL's" wizard, or manually set up a rule with the Match URL -> Pattern [using regular expressions] like ...
/nav/a/b/c/ -> /nav.aspx?location=a/b/c
And an Action -> Rewrite -> Rewrite URL like ...
Then have nav.aspx break the location GET variable apart on the slashes and process accordingly.
Thanks for the reply.
Just wondered how I can locate a specific url from non-specific data e.g. gucci/guilty/30ml-perfume-gift-set
Do I need to include a unique id somewhere or is there something else I can do to use this non-specific data to look up the unique id.
I would prefer to use MVC2 framework. Can I use URL rewriting with MVC2 to call a controller and an action with some parameters?
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