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5/2/2014 12:36 PM
 

Hi,

I got the following error in the event log.
I have 3 page with the name "workshop".
English. German and Dutch.
They are translated.

Some body can explain to me what to do about this?

Regards, Ton Hermes

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Advanced Friendly URL Provider Duplicate URL Warni:Page Naming Conflict

Duplicate Page Details:Page naming conflict. Url of (watermanshop.nl/nl-nl/workshop/) resolves to two separate pages (Workshop [//Workshop] [tabid = 208], Workshop [//Workshop] [tabid = 209]). Only the second page will be shown for the url.

Warning Information:PLEASE NOTE : this is an information message only, this message does not affect site operations in any way.

Suggested Action:Rename one or both of the pages to ensure a unique URL

Hide this message:To stop this message from appearing in the log, uncheck the option for 'Produce an Exception in the Site Log if two pages have the same name/path?' in the Advanced Url Rewriting settings.

Thread Id:34

Server Name: SKNET179

 


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5/2/2014 1:34 PM
 
please check pages 208 and 209 in tabs table.
They are said to have both same name and language.
maybe one is in recycle bin?

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5/2/2014 2:11 PM
 
Hi,

I have renamed these pages.
This makes no difference.
They have in the tabs table a different culture code.
The recycle bin is empty.

Is it not possible to give the same name in a different language?
Because workshop has the same meaning in all these languages.

Regards, Ton


Advanced Friendly URL Provider Duplicate URL Warni:Page Naming Conflict

Duplicate Page Details:Page naming conflict. Url of (watermanshop.nl/workshop/) resolves to two separate pages (Workshop (German) [//Workshop(German)] [tabid = 208], Workshop (ned) [//Workshop(ned)] [tabid = 209]). Only the second page will be shown for the url.

Warning Information:PLEASE NOTE : this is an information message only, this message does not affect site operations in any way.

Suggested Action:Rename one or both of the pages to ensure a unique URL

Hide this message:To stop this message from appearing in the log, uncheck the option for 'Produce an Exception in the Site Log if two pages have the same name/path?' in the Advanced Url Rewriting settings.

Thread Id:51

Server Name: SKNET179

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7/2/2014 4:06 AM
 

I'm getting an avalanche of Host Alerts similar to Tom's and think that Bruce (or somebody else in the know) should voice his solution to this pesting messages as they originate AFAIK from the Advanced URLs.

If unsolved the url conflicts will stay for me as it's impossible to translate English "Forum" to anything else than "Forum" in Polish.

What's the tool to stop this alerts?


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7/2/2014 4:45 AM
 

I've downloaded and am testing https://dnnurlmanagement.codeplex.com/

It has a promising option of not logging duplicate urls in the Event Viewer.

I'll see where it gets me.


English-Polish translations, one-to-one English/Polish tutoring, Windows server management, website development - HTML/JS/CSS/Razor
 
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