friendly URLs and 404 problem

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Hello, I have a problem with firendly url or specifically "Page name in Web address". At least I think that's causing the problem. Background: I have a page with multiple languages and all languages should be SEO:ed. Our german site had som weird paths set in "Page name in Web address" field, so i changed them to better reflect the link texts in the menu. When i did this, it seems to have affected the behaviour on all other languages. There are some pages that only work on german now. And some pages work with german paths. example: http://mypage.com/folder1/some-text/ doesn't work, but this does: http://mypage.de/katalog1/ein-bischen-text/ a strange thing is that this works, and shows the proper english version: http://mypage.com/katalog1/some-text/ Are there some limitations that I should be aware of when writing in this field? like language collides? And if I run into them, how do I restore things back to how they were before the change?
#36182
Jan 18, 2010 14:24
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Hello,

I have a problem with firendly url or specifically "Page name in Web address". At least I think that's causing the problem.

Background: I have a page with multiple languages and all languages should be SEO:ed. Our german site had som weird paths set in "Page name in Web address" field, so i changed them to better reflect the link texts in the menu.

When i did this, it seems to have affected the behaviour on all other languages. There are some pages that only work on german now. And some pages work with german paths.

example:

http://mypage.com/folder1/some-text/
doesn't work, but this does:
http://mypage.de/katalog1/ein-bischen-text/

a strange thing is that this works, and shows the proper english version:
http://mypage.com/katalog1/some-text/


Are there some limitations that I should be aware of when writing in this field? like language collides? And if I run into them, how do I restore things back to how they were before the change?
#36183
Edited, Jan 18, 2010 14:25
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The ulr rewriter don't consider host if you are using a normal licence.

It actully dont use it as a key for the cache.

If you have enabled the enterprise version and have 2 sites in the web.config you should be ok

#36195
Jan 18, 2010 20:09
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it's an enterprise version yes. I figured it out during the day. two different pages on two different languages had the same 'page name in web address'. it was a bit hard to spot, but very easy to solve when it was found.

I'm thinking it might be good to implement checks to avoid this in the future. Maybe newer version EPi already has this? (running 5.1.422.256)

#36196
Edited, Jan 18, 2010 21:57