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R: problem: swish-e index content of file but not index

From: Alan Tigri <ATigri(at)not-real.iris-group.it>
Date: Tue Jan 28 2003 - 08:21:09 GMT
Thanks, 
with:
	  MetaNames swishdocpath
and
	 swish-e -w <query> or swishdocpath=<query> -f index_pub.swish

i have resolved my problem.
bye.

> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da:	Bill Moseley [SMTP:moseley@hank.org]
> Inviato:	luned́ 27 gennaio 2003 19.08
> A:	Alan  Tigri
> Cc:	Multiple recipients of list
> Oggetto:	Re: [SWISH-E] problem: swish-e index content of file but not
> index file name
> 
> On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Alan  Tigri wrote:
> 
> > I index a file system.
> > With my configuration swish-e index correctly content of file
> > (for example .doc, .txt file) but NOT index the file name.
> > What is wrong?
> 
> I don't understand the problem.  Do you mean you cannot *search* by
> filename .doc or .txt files?
> 
> Filenames are not normally indexed (unless you use NoContents as below).
> If you want to search path names you could use:
> 
>   MetaNames swishdocpath
> 
> > IndexOnly .txt .htm .html .pdf .doc .xls .xml .mdb .gif .jpg .zip .rtf
> .pps .ppt .flo
> > NoContents .mdb .gif .jpg .pps .ppt .flo
> 
> > # Assign the pdf2text.pl filter to .pdf files
> > # Please see docs on what data can be passed to the filter.
> > 
> > FileFilter .pdf /home/claudio/swish-e-2.2.2/filter-bin/_pdf2html.pl
> 
> By the way, running a Perl filter via the FileFilter directive can be slow
> if you are filtering a lot of files due to the startup cost of perl.
> 
> 
> -- 
> Bill Moseley moseley@hank.org
> 
> 
Received on Tue Jan 28 08:24:56 2003