Rewrite URL with parameters

Hi guys,

I’m trying to rewrite an url with a few parameters, but unsuccessfully.

The URL:

https://www.mysite.com.br/category-body/categories/promotionalXXX?utm_source=PromoCode&utm_medium=AddPromo&utm_campaign=PromoCode_AddPromo_moneycampaing

I need rewrite to:

https://www.mysite.com.br/digital-parts/newspaper/recs-xyaw-sazz-qqad-cxae

The /promotionalXXX can be /promotional123, /promotional324 and many
more

What i already tried:

rewrite
^/category-body/categories/promotional(.*)utm_source=PromoCode&utm_medium=AddPromo&utm_campaign=PromoCode_AddPromo_moneycampaing
https://www.mysite.com.br/digital-parts/newspaper/recs-xyaw-sazz-qqad-cxae;

and …

location = /category-body/categories/promotional(.*)$ {
if ($args ~
utm_source=PromoCode&utm_medium=AddPromo&utm_campaign=PromoCode_AddPromo_moneycampaing)
{
rewrite ^/digital-parts/newspaper/recs-xyaw-sazz-qqad-cxae; permanent;
}
}

But any of this worked for me…

What’s the best way to solve this?

Thanks!

On 5 December 2013 17:09, Raphael R. O. [email protected] wrote:

Hi guys,

I’m trying to rewrite an url with a few parameters, but unsuccessfully.

You’re almost there :wink:

What i already tried:

rewrite

^/category-body/categories/promotional(.*)utm_source=PromoCode&utm_medium=AddPromo&utm_campaign=PromoCode_AddPromo_moneycampainghttps://www.mysite.com.br/digital-parts/newspaper/recs-xyaw-sazz-qqad-cxae;

“rewrite” doesn’t examine query strings, so if the contents of your
query string are required to drive your logic, you’ll need to use
other tools instead of (or well as) rewrite.

and …

location = /category-body/categories/promotional(.*)$ {

You probably don’t want the “=” here. I don’t actually know what a
regex ("(.*)") location used alongside “=” will do. I’m slightly
surprised nginx didn’t complain on reload/restart …

Have a read of this section:
http://wiki.nginx.org/HttpCoreModule#location

You probably want to use a case-sensitive regex location.

if ($args ~

“utm_source=PromoCode&utm_medium=AddPromo&utm_campaign=PromoCode_AddPromo_moneycampaing”)

I’d use a map{} variable inside the if(), personally. The map can use
the same check as that which you have above, but in a way which
abstracts the actual check away from the logic that it drives. This is
just a stylistic change however :slight_smile:

HTH,
Jonathan

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