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There are two communities in the org:

  1. Invest [Site URL: https://myorg.force.com/Investigators]
  2. Acquired- [Site URL: https://myorg.force.com/Acquired]

I want to create a site URL redirect for first site, so that if a user enters

https://myorg.force.com/investigators

instead of

https://myorg.force.com/Investigators

user will be redirected to correct page.

I have created site url redirect with source url as: //myorg.force.com/investigators and target url as://myorg.force.com/Investigators.

But,still is not getting redirected.

I have also tried creating URL redirects in Myorg sites, but no success.

Is there anything that I am missing.

  • how can two different communities have a same site URL, I am confused! – Raul Feb 27 '17 at 12:27
  • I am sorry about that. Now I have provided correct URL. – devsfdc Feb 27 '17 at 12:33
  • basically, you want the to retain the casing of the domain in sites? – Raul Feb 27 '17 at 13:01
  • Yes @RahulSharma – devsfdc Feb 27 '17 at 13:32
  • What happens if you navigate to https://myorg.force.com/investigators page? Do you get error Page Not Found, Your purpose is to avoid this error? – Raul Feb 27 '17 at 13:38
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Since any site URL was getting redirected to https://myorg.force.com/Acquired,I have added site URL redirects in 'Acquired' site rather than in 'Invest'.

Source URL: /investigators and Target URL :https://myorg.force.com/Investigators/login.

This setting was successfully redirecting to desired page.

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