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I tried both of them very carefully, but none of them is helping out.
Thanx for help

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I tried both of them very carefully, but none of them is helping out.
Thanx for help

I can't think of another way of doing this. The only way is to really test the Mod Rewrite on your host server.

You already have Data on your database. I don't have a db but you did provide a table but it's much harder for me to duplicate the data and test out the Mod Rewrite.

I know you been trying to make this work but it's much easier to ask your developer(s) to do the Mod Rewrite for you.

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i have another problem also, if i insert some static text in my urls from browser , they are not redirected to their original url , nor do they show some error, do we solve this problem from htaccess or chenges in db are required

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