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Re: http access with swish-e 2.0.2

From: Bryan Heidorn <heidorn(at)not-real.alexia.lis.uiuc.edu>
Date: Thu Sep 28 2000 - 15:46:53 GMT
Yes! that worked. It was just very unfortunate choice of a test word.
It works fine for other words. Thank you again.
At 05:26 PM 9/28/00 +0200, jmruiz@boe.es wrote:
>Hi Bryan,
>
>
>On 28 Sep 2000, at 7:41, Bryan Heidorn wrote:
>
> > Yes, I had that problem too and Jose sent this patch.
> > http indexing seems to work fine now but I have a new problem. The
> > resulting index contains the words that I need but search can not find 
> them.
> > I can make the index with http and run a
> > swish-e2 -D -f index.file | grep abstract
> > and I find a line for abstract
> >
> > abstract: 2 1 1 9 1 138 2 7 1 9 1 4670 2 9 1 73 1.......
> >
> > but then if I search
> > swish-e2 -w "abstract" -f index.file
> > I get
> > ....
> > # SWISH format 2.0
> > # Search words: abstract
> > err: no results
> >
>
>I think that you cannot find them because "abstract" appears in a
>metaname.
>
>you have to search for:
>
>swish-e2 -w 'yourmetaname=abstract' -f index.file
>
>You can get more info with -D issuing a -v 4:
>
>swish-e2 -v 4 -D -f index.file | grep abstract
>
>You should see something like:
>
>abstract:  Meta:2 filename ....
>
>Check in your config file for your MetaNames. Meta 1 means that the
>word is not in any metaname. Meta>=2 means that the word is in a
>MetaName. Each MetaName owns a unique number starting at 2.
>
>Hope this helps.
>
>cu
>Jose
>
>
>
Received on Thu Sep 28 15:47:20 2000