Re: XENU fails to check for a link with escaped characters.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Tilman Hausherr <tilman@...>
> On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 21:19:35 -0000, kmputr_junki wrote:
> >--- In email@example.com, Tilman Hausherr <tilman@>
> >> On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 19:09:13 -0000, kmputr_junki wrote:
> >> >Hello, I have this link inside an html file that returns 404
> >> >when I click on the link it works fine but Xenu can not report
> >> >The url has some escaped characters and has this format:
> >> >http://mydomain/vdir/gdirectory/away.asp?
> >> >3A//newdomain%3A80/Newsite/file.asp?id=17970
> >> >
> >> >It is failing on newdomain%3A80/ which is newdomain:80/ .
> >> >
> >> >Any idea how I can overcome this?
> >> I'd need an URL that isn't on your intranet. There are some
> >that doit
> >> make trouble and I might have a solution, but it isn't sure and
> >I'd like
> >> to test it first.
> >> Tilman
> >I just can't find one externally ... it's driving me nuts :) and
> >is not easy to move the code to an external site.the
> >I'm pretty sure the problem is with adding the escaped :80 after
> >server name on the redirect url since I changed it toIn a way I did, but all the links inside the docs I'm checking for
> >and everything worked fine.
> But then, you've already found the solution, don't you?
broken links have the URL escaped, and I'm hoping I can automate
this process without modifying the escaped characters.
I'm just hoping we can this with XENU without modifying all the
links inside the documents, and there are lots of documents :).