We recently ran into some URL encoding issues in one of our MVC projects when it came to custom routing. This blog post will address a rather quick and easy approach to reliable URL encoding in .NET/MVCread more
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Allow a dot (and other restricted characters) in the url of an Asp.Net MVC application for IIS. Quick post on something I came accross the other day. We needed to include a "dot" in the url, something along the lines of "blah/something2.0/blah". If you try this with a brand new MVC site you would normally get a 404 Http response code when trying to access the url.read more