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RewritePath used to service search engine friendly urls has problems with search engines. While this works fine with regular browsers, the request fails with the user agents of most all search engines. This article looks at the workarounds (fix from Microsoft was not available by early 2007)
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Fiddler lets you capture the HTTP traffic on your computer very easily. You would be able to test how your site responds to requests from search engines very easily (by putting that user-agent string in the HTTP request). In addition, what’s discussed in this article can be used to debug things like the problems with RewritePath.
With ID as a query string parameter (...aspx?ID=...) being a big no-no from the search engine perspective, we would need a way to convert the convenient fake urls into the ones our system understands (like using ID= in the url). There are several ways of accomplishing this; we will look at a couple of quick options.
Transferring control from one aspx page to another is a pretty common need. This piece looks at one scenario.
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