Updating the transfer rule
Notice that for the values of the query string parameters we used and , which are back-references to the capture groups that were defined in the rule pattern by using parentheses. The Edit Inbound Rule property page should look like the following page: Save the rule by clicking Apply on the right-hand side.The rewrite rules are stored either in the Application Host.config file or in Web.config files.An owner who transfers, submits, or destroys plates is entitled to a credit for the unexpired portion of the fees and taxes paid.If vehicle is bought or sold there is no transfer of plates between the 2 different owners.by Ruslan Yakushev The URL rewrite module is an extension to IIS which is available as a download for your stand-alone IIS Server, and is also pre-installed on any website on Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS) and available for your use.This walkthrough will guide you through how to create and test a set of rewrite rules for the URL Rewrite Module.To check the configuration of the rule that we have just created, open a Web.config file located in %The syntax above also applies to configuring URL Rewrite in Web.config in Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS).To test that the rule correctly rewrites URLs, open a Web browser and request the following URL: You should see that the rewrite rule on your Web server has changed the original URL to and it has passed "234" and "some-title" as values for query string parameters.
This type of rule is useful when you want to prevent hacking attempts that are made by issuing HTTP requests against the IP address of the server instead of using the host name.
Since the rule that we are creating is supposed to rewrite the URL, choose the Rewrite action type that is listed in the Action group box.
In the Rewrite URL: text box, enter the following string: This string specifies the new value to which the input URL should be rewritten.
If vehicle is sold to a new owner outside the state of Delaware, the plate must be returned to the DMV.
A transferor must remove the license plates from the vehicle at the time of transfer, and has 5 days to return them to the DMV.