The generate-sitemaps command
This command accepts several options:
|Explain the arguments and options.|
|Do not generate a sitemap in sitemaps.org format.|
|Do not generate a sitemap in htmlmap format.|
|Notify all configured search engines that new sitemaps are available.|
|Notify the given URL that new sitemaps are available. The URL of the new sitemap will be appended to the value of URL.|
You can configure the list of "all search engines" by setting the value of
Make your sitemap discoverable to search engines
- No reliable way to determine OAI-PMH base URL for a DSpace site.
- No standard or predictable way to get to item display page or full text from an OAI-PMH record, making effective indexing and presenting meaningful results difficult.
- In most cases provides only access to simple Dublin Core, a subset of available metadata.
- NOTE: Back in 2008, Google officially announced they were retiring support for OAI-PMH based Sitemaps. So, OAI-PMH will no longer help you get better indexing through Google. Instead, you should be using the DSpace 'generate-sitemaps' feature described above.