I have been using JSitemap pro for about one month. I also been using the Direct Alias Pro plugin to generate search engine friendly urls (removes categories and article IDs from the urls).
After updating JSitemap today, it is no longer able to see the SEF urls. But it is even worse than that. When it generates the sitemap, it is listing URLs that don't correspond to any articles at all. I'll break one down as an example.
Here is a url that has been shortened by Direct Alias Pro. Internal links in the site automatically pooint here thanks to the plugin: https://spangehlassociates.com/alerts/acics-road-ahead
Here is the url preshortening, which the plugin still can recognize (a feature intended to ensure that existing links to the site don't break): https://spangehlassociates.com/57-resources/alerts/acics-road-ahead
However, here is the link that JSitemap Pro generates in the sitemap: https://spangehlassociates.com/component/content/article/57-resources/alerts/acics-road-ahead
The sitemap link returns a 404 error. It would be bad enough if it was just only seeing the unshortened url, but for some reason it is adding "component/content/article/" into the url which makes it completely unreadable.
I need to know how to to make JSitemap Pro acknowledge the shortened urls (it had no problem with this before the update). For Direct Alias Pro to work it has to be ordered before all other system plugins, so this was the first thing I checked after identifying the error, and it had indeed been moved behind some of the JSitemap plugins. However, restoring its position in the order had no effect.
Please help, I can't have my sitemap pointing to a ton of 404s and ignoring the real pages.