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Fix magento issue with extra digits added to the url or broken urls in URL Rewrite Management.
1) Update SEO to version 1.2.0 or higher.
2) Run script http://[your_store]/shell/check_duplicate_keys.php
[your_store] - the domain name of your store;
You can see all pages with duplicate url keys in following format:
Array( [url_key] => Array ( [sku] => url_key NOT_VISIBLE (if product not visible) .............. ) ..................... )
3) Create unique url key for every product in admin panel.
4) Create dump for table [table_prefix]_core_url_rewrite:
mysqldump -u [user] -p[password] [database] [db_table_prefix]_core_url_rewrite > [db_table_prefix]_core_url_rewrite_dump.sql
[db_table_prefix] - your database table prefix, [database] - your database name, [user] - mysql user, [password] - mysql password
It can be found in the file /app/etc/local.xml
5) Clear [table_prefix]_core_url_rewrite table:
mysql -u [user] -p[password]
TRUNCATE TABLE [db_table_prefix]_core_url_rewrite
6) From shell folder:
php indexer.php --status (not necessarily, only for information)
php indexer.php info (not necessarily, only for information)
php indexer.php --reindex catalog_url
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