Copy/paste internet code kills.
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Need to get the path component of a URI without the domain, port, or query string? Use Request.Url.AbsolutePath. Despite its name it returns a relative URL:
So http://blog.mediawhole.com/somepage.aspx?a=b becomes /somepage.aspx.
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