At 10:57 PM 12/19/02 -0800, roni kim wrote:
>I am having problems with searching in Title tag.
>I need to search for a phrase in Metatag and at the
>same time for another phrase in TITLE tag.
>I am trying to do something like this:
>swish-e -f ind.index -w ServerPlatform="Unix" -w
>"Product Type" -t t
>but for some reason it returns also pages with word
>"Product" in the document body.
No it doesn't. You made that up, right?
Here's a New Year's resolution for all. Please repeat after me: "I'll send
example documents when I have questions." ;)
The -t switch applies to all words. So your above example would fail
unless somehow "unix" is in both the meta tag "servertype" and also in a
<title> tag. Is that the case?
The search syntax could be better to allow applying the -t options to
individual words, but that's not how it currently works.
In HTML, title words are indexed in the default metaname "swishdefault".
So searching as "-w foo" will find foo in the body or in the title.
If you want to limit searches to just the title do this:
then search like
>I am new to Swish, please suggest the right syntax for
>this kind of search.
I think I just did. I'll also suggest:
And for everyone...
although, for some odd reason, they don't mention Swish-e.
Received on Fri Dec 20 15:18:49 2002