7 Replies Latest reply on Aug 22, 2006 11:14 AM by Per Wiklander

    Seam and SEO

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      I looked at the Blogging example. I'm going to try to get that to work, because it's the only piece of code I've ever seen that uses the RequestParameter annotation. One thing I noticed about it: all the entries are things like /extry.xhtml?entry=4448. That works, but it's bad for SEO.

      What would be nice would be to be able to map a whole bunch of URLs to one seam page, so I could use a regex in a URL, like in mod_rewrite, like this:


      and that would map to one page, and trigger one action.

      Can this be done within Seam? I know I can do it with servlets and filters, but can seam do it?