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Index a site in AngularJS with # in the URL

ChrisSG Contributor.
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Index a site in AngularJS with # in the URL

We need to index a Web site in AngularJS that has a link list in Href. The Webconnector connector clearly identifies my 504 Href, but it does not follow them.

It just follows a link that is matched to the URL until  "#"

<a id="259" href="http://fr07113152l.dsk.eur.msd.world.socgen:8081/#!/bureaudigital/detail/?id=259&amp;?trigramme=SPO&amp;nom=Assurance des portables&amp;description=Assurance des portables" style="">

259</a>

How to make the setting to allow  "# " in the URL

thnaks

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Micro Focus Frequent Contributor Tomasenc Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
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Re: Index a site in AngularJS with # in the URL

Hello ChrisSG,

Thanks for contacting Micro Focus Community,

Please check the StayOnSite and Depth parameters on the WebConnector cfg file.

Here are the links of the documentation about StayOnSite and Depth parameters.

Please let me know if you have any other question or if you required any further assitance

Kindly regards

tomasenc
ChrisSG Contributor.
Contributor.

Re: Index a site in AngularJS with # in the URL

Hello,

yes, I have configured Stayonsite (false) and depth (-1) . Idol detects well my 504 links, but it seems to ignore them or consider that they are identical by ignoring everything  after the "#" which is a mandatory character in AngularJS in the URL.

 

<a id="258" href="http://fr07113152l.dsk.eur.msd.world.socgen:8081/#!/bureaudigital/detail/?id=258&amp;?trigramme=TST&amp;nom=test&amp;description=test" style="">

258</a>

<a id="259" href="http://fr07113152l.dsk.eur.msd.world.socgen:8081/#!/bureaudigital/detail/?id=259&amp;?trigramme=SPO&amp;nom=Assurance des portables&amp;description=Assurance des portables" style="">

259</a>

Kindly regards

Micro Focus Frequent Contributor Tomasenc Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor

Re: Index a site in AngularJS with # in the URL

Hello ChrisSG,

Culd you please attach the zinchronize log to see the behavior? Please make sure that the "LogLevel" is on Full.

Kindly regards.

tomasenc