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Sites provides built-in logic that helps you display user-friendly URLs and links to site visitors. For that we need to implement Site.UrlRewriter interface and create our own class to map user-friendly URLs.

When I convert the URL with less than 2 parameters, and when I use test link it correctly converts the VF page link with query params to an User-Friendly URL.

But when I have more than 2 parameters (3 and above), it does not correctly map and renders the link properly. Meaning it will show the VF page link with query params instead of user-friendly URL.

I checked by putting debug logs on my Site.UrlRewriter implementation class, and it gives me the correct user-frienly url. I also checked for any limitation on URLFOR tag on VF page. I also checked for character length limitation on the URL, but I don't find any viable solution for this.

Please advice me, if anybody has experience with this Site.UrlRewriter

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Can you add some examples as it may help diagnose your problem? –  Jon Hazan Nov 23 '12 at 10:19
    
Below is the standard VF Page query param link (relative path) /EVW_PublicationDetail?pid=123456789012345678&purOptId=123456789012345678&pkgOpt‌​Id=1 we need to convert it to a user-friendly url as below /catalog/publication/123456789012345678/purchase-option=123456789012345678/packa‌​ge-option=2131654645. For this conversion there is an interceptor interface Site.UrlRewrite where we need to implement. I implemented it. It works well when you have upto 2 parameters. when I have 3 or more parameters the conversion does not work. –  TonyTuan Nov 23 '12 at 10:55
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I implemented the Site.UrlRewriter on my dev org following the documentation. Same thing, the class returns the correct url, but when this is with 2+ parameters, it seems to not get applied by Visualforce. I think you may need to contact Sf support. –  Samuel De Rycke Nov 27 '12 at 8:56

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You are not alone - this is a known issue with using URLFOR and the Site.UrlRewriter interface. Your best bet is to use a workaround (like hardcoding the URLs into your visualforce page).

If you need it for a case, the internal salesforce reference number is W-957534.

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