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I have a URL pattern that was found by the search engine, I've tried the link directive to find backward links. But to no avail.

So how could I know where / how the search engine found those page?

By search engine I specifically refer to Bing and Google

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Welcome to the world of crawlers. A crawler indexes your main page, then follows links leading off that page. –  Nathan C Jun 20 '13 at 11:22
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