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From Andreas Hartmann <>
Subject Re: redirect problems
Date Wed, 16 Jul 2003 18:42:47 GMT
Bert Van Kets wrote:

> I'm using Cocoon 2.1 M3.
> I've got several subdirectories in my site and would like to map the 
> requests to the directory with and without a trailing slash to a 
> pipeline.  The one without the slash is pretty easy, but I can't get the 
> one with the trailing slash to work.
> So I'd like to redirects http://mydomain/mydir/ to 
> http://mydomain/mydir/index.html
> When I try
> <map:match pattern="h/">
>         <map:redirect-to uri="h/index.html" session="false"/>


> to catch the "h" directory, I get a redirect to /h/h/index.html

If the URL does not start with a slash it is interpreted relatively:
h/ + h/index.html = h/h/index.html

Why don't you redirect to index.html in this case:

<map:match pattern="h/">
   <map:redirect-to uri="index.html" session="false"/>


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