I'm trying to use Url Routing within my existing ASP.NET WebForms site. Thanks to: this link, I got it working. Now I'm trying to use a SiteMap along with my routing.

I have a page MyReport.aspx. It is in the SiteMap and accessing the page directly, works fine. I've added a route for /report/{param1}/{param2}. I was hoping the sitemap would resolve the route path (MyReport.aspx) instead of /report/{param1}/{param2}, but no dice.

I have seen examples of using the SiteMap with MVC, but this makes assumptions about having controllers and such, none of which exist with a standard webform.

The approach I'm trying now is to retrieve the actual page within a custom SiteMapProvider, but I'm not seeing a way to do this. Is there a way to get the actual ASPX page instead of the Url from the HttpContext?

Thanks, -Damien


Damien - I recently posted a sample that might be useful. Googling " routing sitemap" should get you there (only just joined SO so can't post link yet).

Fyi you can use the SiteMap.SiteMapResolve event instead of creating a custom SiteMapProvider (for simple scenarios at least).

Hope it helps!