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5/19/2015 9:55 AM
 

Hi there

I'm running into an issue with this new re-direct feature that DNN 7.x. What I am referring to specifically is that when a page is renamed, it redirects the old URL to the new URL automatically. I understand the logic of doing this, but a lot of times, it causes a lot of issues. Is there a way of managing all this, either via the database or a module? The problem is when my client likes to COPY a page, and then edit and renames the page. In some situations, she swaps and replaces the pages, which causes an infinite redirect. 

I need to way to go in and clear out of the redirected URLs. Thoughts? Thanks.

 
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5/19/2015 10:33 AM
 
delete from database table TabUrls (you might need TabID from tabs table)

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