6 December 2010 at 11:56pm
Just working on a site that is nearing completion & launch. Its running on a newly built windows IIS server. Client just told me that a lot of their previous customers have bookmarked their existing support form, which is located at URL along the lines of "http://www.domain-name.com/Feedback/IncidentSupport.aspx"
They would like this now to forward on to the new support form in SilverStripe. (which is at a http://domain-name.com/contact/support-request/)
Can anyone suggest how I would go about doing this? I don't quite know where to start!
(At the moment I can't even get the SS Error pages running as the IIS error pages seem to be taking precedence... however I have asked their IT person to look at that, so its a whole other issue)
Failing that, you will find more info by looking into other methods of "IIS 301 redirect". Since this is not really related to Silverstripe, you'll get a quicker resolution by focussing on IIS. Most of this forum use LAMP stacks.
7 December 2010 at 10:56am
If you can get the 404 error handler to point to the default SilverStripe error page, you could use the link mapping module - https://github.com/ajshort/silverstripe-linkmapping. You can define the redirects in the CMS.