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From Aaron W Morris <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] 301 Redirect maintain query string
Date Mon, 21 Jun 2004 19:38:14 GMT
John Nichel wrote:

> Hi,
>   I am trying to do a 301 redirect for some old static pages which are 
> now done in php.  Sometimes, links from other sites will contain a query 
> string (eg. http://blah/blah/page.html?foo=bar).  I need to be able to 
> include that query string in the redirect if it exists, but I can't seem 
> to figure this out.  In a .htaccess file, I have this...
> RedirectMatch 301 /blah/page.html(.*)$ http://new/page.php?$1
> And the 301 will send page.html to the new page.php, but it's not 
> including the query string.  How can I make this work?  TIA.

Redirect permanent /blah/page.html http://new/page.php

I just tested it and it works.

Aaron W Morris <> (decep)

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