Mount your product details page and then use PagePatameters to extract the
query params.

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On Mar 15, 2014 10:44 AM, "Arjun Dhar" <dhar...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> for the sake of SEO. It is recommended that URL path params for a product
> look like:
>
> Example --
> /../Category1/SubCategory2/SubSubCategory2/productDetails?name=SHOE123
>
>
> Now, one stupid way of doing this could be to load every product in the
> database by generating the link to it. However I feel thats too
> inefficient.
>
> I'd simply like to define a Strategy /*/productDetails?name=SHOE123
> ... Where Wicket would not care what came before "productDetails" and
> recognizes "productDetails" as the Page. The PATH PARAMS are merely a SEO
> formality and not of consequence to the final Page loading.
>
> Do I write my own strategy for this stuff or is there something Out of the
> Box?
>
> thanks
>
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