Use the CatalogEntrySEO keyword to load search engine optimization URL and page information for specific catalog entries into your HCL Commerce database.

Previously, you could load this data only in CSV formatted files. You can now load information in a CSV or XML formatted input file. Your input file must contain CSV column or XML element names and definitions that specify the characteristics of the business object type you are loading into your database.

To load SEO URLs with the Data Load utility, you must define the loadSEO configuration property in the wc-dataload.xml configuration file. This property must have the value true for the Data Load utility to load SEO URLs. For example:
<_config:property name="loadSEO" value="true"/>
Note: You cannot use substitution parameters for SEO data in this CSV file. To use substitution parameters, change the SEO options for the catalog entry in the Catalogs tool. For more information about these parameters, see substitution parameters for Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

CSV column and XML element definitions

(Integer) The internal unique reference number of the catalog entry. Either this field or the PartNumber is required.
(String) The part number of the catalog entry. Either this field or the CatalogEntryUniqueId is required. The part number for a catalog entry displays in Management Center as the value for the catalog entry Code property. If the CatalogEntryUniqueId is available, it should be used instead of the PartNumber for better performance.
(Integer) The language ID for the page. If omitted, defaults to the language in context.
(String) The desktop URL keyword to use as a unique name for the catalog entry URL.
(String) The language-specific page title for this catalog entry. The title that you provide displays in the title bar in the customer's browser.
(String) The language-specific meta description for the page. The meta description is used by a search engine to provide a description of your site and this catalog entry on a search results page.
(String) The language-specific image alternative text for the page. The alt text describes the contents of the image for search engines to accurately rank and index the image.