I could be wrong but I donít think you understand what a session id is when you start talking about database stuff.
This is NOT a session ID and Google index's them fine after the first page is delayed:
Its a natural way of providing SE with how your site can work rather than mod re-write. Mod re-write can be a pain for advanced sites and bug tracking and impossible for some ASP servers.
These however can be session id's and are bad
a more typical session id looks like this:
never pars you session ID's via a URL! In ASP its easy... dunno about PHP.
Google guidlines suggest this too could be bad:
I agree it should be written like this:
Hope it helps.