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Url rewriting and Internal server error on Google crawlers.

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Hi,
I use Url rewriting on my website and my website works normally , but
I don't know why Google crawlers can not read my pages . For example
look at address below :
http://www.labkhandha.com/Article/265/default.aspx
As you can see you can see the page but here is Google's Web crawl
error for this page and all rewrite pages :

500 (Internal server error)
The server encountered an error and can't fulfill the request

I suppose this is something with my server my server because I have 3
websites on this server and neither of them cached by Google
successfully meanwhile I Used same url rewriting technique over an
other website and it has no problem with Google.
The strange thing is I use DotnetNuke (as you might know it uses URL
Rewrithing too ) on this server and it has no problem with Google too !

Jun 8 '07 #1
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Hi,
I use Url rewriting on my website and my website works normally , but
I don't know why Google crawlers can not read my pages . For example
look at address below :
http://www.labkhandha.com/Article/265/default.aspx
As you can see you can see the page but here is Google's Web crawl
error for this page and all rewrite pages :

500 (Internal server error)
The server encountered an error and can't fulfill the request
In the message "internal server error", the "server" refers to _your_
server. You have to find out why _your_ server is getting an internal error
when Google crawls it. Check in the Application event log.
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John Saunders [MVP]
Jun 8 '07 #2

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In the message "internal server error", the "server" refers to _your_
server. You have to find out why _your_ server is getting an internal error
whenGooglecrawls it. Check in the Application event log.
--
John Saunders [MVP]
thank you John but I don't have owner acsess to the server , it's only
a web hosting how do I can find out the error with my acsess ?

Jun 8 '07 #3

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On Jun 8, 9:10 pm, rooznamech...@gmail.com wrote:
In the message "internal server error", the "server" refers to _your_
server. You have to find out why _your_ server is getting an internal error
whenGooglecrawls it. Check in the Application event log.
--
John Saunders [MVP]

thank you John but I don't have owner acsess to the server , it's only
a web hosting how do I can find out the error with my acsess ?
I would install something like ELMAH, a tool to log errors
http://www.raboof.com/projects/Elmah/

Jun 8 '07 #4

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