The SEO flag turns on addresses like localhost/this-is-my-product.aspx. Is that the kind of URL's you are looking for?
Turning off the flag enabled addresses like localhost/my-catalog/category/subcategory/productname instead.
I am looking for localhost/this-is-my-product.
But now the actions on the controller are not reachable anymore. E.g. I have more than 20 products on the category landing page and I want to switch to page 2. When I click on page 2, it goes to the same seo page /changepage action but returns a 404.
e.g. localhost/this-is-my-product/Changepage?pagenumber=2 returns 404. If I have the SEO flag off, then the /changepage?pagenumber=2 works fine.
If you are looking for localhost/this-is-my-product you want the SEO flag on that's correct.
My guess is that the SEO route for Commerce does not allow an action after a SEO url (reflector the assemblies to check what the route is). You need to register your own route that allows for an action to be part of the URL.
One thing you can try is to use the index method (as that is the default action) and let it take in a page query parameter.
I am using EPI Commerce 8.5 and have enabled the seo friendly urls using the
Now I have an Action that will change the page number of the category page. I have
actionlink pionting the the action, but when change paging, it throws 404 execption.
); in initialization module, it just works fine.