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Salesforce Community Default Robots.txt

Oggi mi sono scontrato con il robots.txt della community di salesforce.

La community ha un robots.txt di default

#
# default robots.txt for sfdc communities sites
#
# For use by salesforce.com
#
User-agent: *    # applies to all robots
Allow: /      # allow all
Disallow: */secur/forgotpassword.jsp?*

Per modificare il robots.txt segui questa procedura

Vedi anche come validare un robots.txt

Se vuoi modificare le impostazioni del site o della community da visual studio code devi prima scaricare i metadati dei site

<types>
<members>*</members>
<name>CustomSite</name>
</types

Una volta scaricati i metadati e aperti troverai il seguente codice

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<CustomSite xmlns="http://soap.sforce.com/2006/04/metadata">
<active>true</active>
<authorizationRequiredPage>Unauthorized</authorizationRequiredPage>
<bandwidthExceededPage>BandwidthExceeded</bandwidthExceededPage>
<changePasswordPage>ChangePassword</changePasswordPage>
<fileNotFoundPage>FileNotFound</fileNotFoundPage>
<inMaintenancePage>InMaintenance</inMaintenancePage>
<indexPage>IdeasHome</indexPage>
<masterLabel>First</masterLabel>
<portal>Customer Portal</portal>
<requireInsecurePortalAccess>false</requireInsecurePortalAccess>
<robotsTxtPage>RobotsTxt</robotsTxtPage>
<siteAdmin>mylogin@myco.com</siteAdmin>
<subdomain>mydomain</subdomain>
</CustomSite>

Il valore che interessa la robots.txt è “robotsTxtPage”

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