On Fri, 31 Jan 2003, John Movius wrote:
> 1) The version installed (it was current as of November 2000) seems to
> miss most acronyms and also miss some names (as an example - it will NOT
> index "ALSRL", but it WILL index "Alsace Research List" when both appear
> on a given web page).
I don't know how this could be true. You will need to post an example
source document and config file that shows this.
> 2) The SWISH search page is set for 40 hits, but it is variable --
> and it is limited to 100 hits. I need several hundred hits / listings
> at least and I would prefer at least 500. I don't mind a longer wait
> for the search to occur, if that is a necessary result.
That's sounds like an issue with your CGI script or whatever program is
talking to swish-e. Did you look to see if there's a -m parameter sent to
> Questions: Is there an "older version" of SWISH (compatible with a
> web installation on a Windows 2000 NT Server at an ISP) that does not
> have the two limitations I mention above?
There was never a version of swish-e with those limitations as you
describe them. You should use the most current version of swish.
> Can it be installed within my existing web space without having to
> deal with my ISP's webmaster and the CGI bin capabilities of that
> Windows 2000 NT server?
Sorry, I have no idea how your ISP works. I'd think, if nothing else, you
could simply copy the swish-e.exe binary to your ISP.
Bill Moseley email@example.com
Received on Fri Jan 31 14:23:53 2003