On Fri, May 07, 2004 at 01:10:36PM -0700, David Fishburn wrote:
> Swish-e 2.4.2 RH9
> I am using search.cgi.
> I am using a spider to index a site. It seems that not all documents have
> some of the standard attributes (swishdescription, swishtitle, ...).
> Here is an example:
> perl search.cgi query=unix
> Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1
> undef error - Unknown property data type '-1' for property 'swishtitle'
Is that the real error? Here's what I see in the code:
progerr("Swish-e database error. Unknown property type accessing property '%s'", propname);
progwarn("Invalid property type for property '%s'\n", meta_entry->metaName );
Anyway, that would be a problem. Can you provide the pages and a simple
config so I can reproduce the problem?
> So you can see here the second hit, does not have a swishtitle.
That shouldn't be a problem.
> Looking at the swish.cgi code:
> [% BLOCK display_results %]
> [% USE date %]
> [% FOREACH item = search.results %]
> <div class="title">
> <a href="[% item.Property('swishdocpath') | uri | html %]">
> [% item.Property('swishtitle') ||
> item.Property('swishdocpath') | html %]</a>
> Is there a way to change this code to just use a space (or blank string)
You mean so it doesn't show the doc path if there's no title? Swish-e
does that by default -- there's a compile time config.h setting
USE_DOCPATH_AS_TITLE that can change that behavior, but it would be hard
to click on the link if it was blank.
Received on Fri May 7 13:29:42 2004