Whoops! Overlapped previous three posts thanks to typing slow.
I can't seem to get it working. I'm interested in finding out what is stored in the QUERY_STRING. Is there a quick and dirty way to do it?
If you comment-out the part of your Rewrite that is meant to deal with the Query, and then follow the link, your browser's address bar should show the whole thing, query and all.
It just seems like the Rewrite is not removing the "?" from the url.
#1 To delete a query, add a ? to the end of your rewrite target.
To you and me the ? looks like part of the URL. But to your server, everything starting with ? is a query. So you need to capture it-- minus the leading / slash-- and then stick it back onto the end of the URL.
And yes, if you can get gwt to drop a hint where it's getting those spurious queries, that would be a big help. Or possibly no help at all, if it's one of those URLs that exist only in google's fevered imagination. There have been several recent threads about g### following links that were never meant to be links.