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EPrints 3 Reference: Directory Structure - Metadata Fields - Repository Configuration - XML Config Files - XML Export Format - EPrints data structure - Core API - Data Objects


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EPrints::Apache::SiteMap - Generates a dynamic sitemap.

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This has been somewhat superseded by the bin/generate_sitemap script, which generates a more useful output for Google indexing.

This handler has been heavily modified in order to support a static sitemap.xml file in addition to the semantic web crawling extensions provided by EPrints. The modified handler inserts the semantic web crawling extensions into the existing sitemap.xml if it exists, or creates a new document if it doesn't. The original handler is now in the _insert_semantic_web_extensions below.

If the static sitemap XML is a sitemapindex, this handler inserts a new <sitemap> element into the index, which directs crawlers to a sitemap-sc.xml URL that contains the semantic web sitemap generated by _insert_semantic_web_extensions. This handler also implements the sitemap-sc.xml URL.

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$rc = EPrints::Apache::SiteMap::handler( $r )

Handler for managing EPrints requests for dynamically generated sitemap.xml or sitemap-sc.xml (or returning static version if that exists).

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