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10/31/2007 4:21 AM
 

Hello,

I have written an HttpModule, which is registering to the BeginRequest event, and encrypting/decrypting the querystring in ASP.Net 2.0. Now I am using DNN, and I want to do the same in here. But when I look at web.Config, I can see many other HttpModules registred. One of them is UrlRewriter. My own HttpModule is not working in DNN, and I don't know why. I guess, it is not working, because of the registred modules in DNN, maybe because of UrlRewriter.

So my question is, how can I encrypt querystring in DNN? Can I use the same technique like in ASP? Or have I to extend any DNN classes? And please don't tell me that I can apply logic without using querystrings. I have to do it with querystrings. I just want to know, how to encrypt/decrypt querystring in DNN. BTW, I disabled FriendlyURLs, so I am able to get the querystring like I need.

Thanks for help...

 
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10/31/2007 6:20 AM
 

I'd say the URLRewriter would be the first suspect indeed to see why things are not working right. I think you will need to step through your own httpmodule and see what's happening and why it isn't working. Besides turning Friendly URL's on and off, you could also try to move your httpmodule from to to bottom (and somewhere in between) in the list of HTTPModules in web.config.


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