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ADF Faces too dependent of javascsript for public web site?  RSS feed

 
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Hi,

We are starting a big project to merge our public web site and our transactionnal web site. The IT guys decide we should use ADF Faces for the new hybrid web site. Nothing wrong so far.

But it seem the simplest ADF Faces page require javascript to show ANY content. From a SEO stand point, this is a no-no because this mean the search engine crawler (who don't execute javascript) won't see any content and won't index our pages.

Beside overriding the ADF Renderer for all components, is it possible to configure the ADF Rendeer so it won't depend so heavily on javascript?

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Sebastien Brodeur
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After some more test, I'm not so sure ADF Faces is the culprit.

This may be cause by the Oracle WebCenter Portal framework around my pages. Anyone have experience with those technologies?

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This blog entry should be helpful. It says: "Web crawler support, also known as search engine optimization (SEO), has been added to ADF Faces in Oracle JDeveloper 11.1.1.5 (PS4) and Oracle JDeveloper 11g R2 (11.1.2)."

Couple this with Pretty Faces and you will have an SEO-friendly ADF website.
 
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