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redirect 301 /Produkte/Supplements http://xxx.xx/Produkte/Inhaltsstoffe/Proteine

why does this rule also redirects





can't get my head around it.

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migrated from Sep 17 '12 at 16:59

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Due to apache docs - If the client requests , it will be told to access http://xxx.xx/Produkte/Inhaltsstoffe/Proteine/xyz instead. This also includes requests with GET parameters.

To workaround this use more complex RedirectMatch rule like so:

RedirectMatch ^\/Produkte\/Supplements$ http://xxx.xx/Produkte/Inhaltsstoffe/Proteine
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