Msg#: 3455396 posted 3:57 am on Sep 20, 2007 (gmt 0)
If you've got a relatively limited number of directories, you can use site:example.com/directory-a/, site:example.com/directory-b/ and so on. This kind of granular look will give you more of the indexed urls for your domain when the total tops 1,000.
Msg#: 3455396 posted 11:15 am on Sep 20, 2007 (gmt 0)
You can have a dynamic site and continue to use the old "static URLs". Set up a rewrite (not a redirect) on the server so that it translates the requested static URL into the dynamic server filepath where the content resides, without exposing what that filepath is.
Changing the URLs of your pages is almost always a bad idea.
I've done this and gotten the list of URL's but it has the accompanying verbage and then the URL's. I'm trying to get a strict list of URL's.
rewrite (not a redirect)
I was thinking that 301 would be the way to go but you're saying that a mod-rewrite is better? I guess I will still need to make a list of old URL's and have the location of the new URL. A vast majority of these "new" pages are going to be right off the root and not in the sub-folder structure like they currently are.
I too am looking for this information. My situation is a bit different.
I have the list from Xenu and I have my site map list, but I am trying to figure out the differences in what Xenu and my sitemap say and what Google shows as indexed. Google has about 20% more URLS than Xenu shows or I send to them in my sitemap.