I would like to know how to avoid a url like:<BR>http://www.server.com/applications?business/accounting or<BR>http://www.server.com/applications?id=03119asia820s2038a<BR><BR>And instead have it say:<BR>http://www.server.com/applications/business/accounting having applications be a cgi(asp) script and /business/accounting be the data that searched from the database. Doing this without using a "?" or a file extension in the ASP file.<BR><BR>Any ideas on how to do this on IIS? I tried fiddling with the server's extensions and could make my ASP pages work with a .apps for example.<BR>I guess we'd need a way to tell IIS or the OS how to handle the file without an extension by updating the registry. And also configuring IIS so it knows what to do with a "/" after the ASP file.<BR>Thanks for your help.