This doesn't make sense to me. Are you saying that each document you
pass to swish-e creates a new index so that you end up with an index
with one document in it? what are you using as the Location value for
your spider output?
send along an example of your spider output; that'll help use understand
what you're describing.
Jason Camp wrote on 8/30/04 3:15 PM:
> Ok cool, thanks for your help on this! One more question - I have a modified
> spider program that will index documents, and each document it passes to the
> swish-e program via stdin. It looks like for each document, it's overwriting
> the index each time. Does this make sense? Is there any way to tell it to add a
> page to the index instead of overwriting it? Or am I missing something? Thanks
> a lot for your help!
> Quoting Peter Karman <email@example.com>:
>>Bill Moseley wrote on 8/30/04 1:47 PM:
>>>>I'll take a look at the file number thing, I'm guessing it might have
>>>>something to do with the order in which i pass in the index files to be
>>>>I want the new index to be tacked onto the end, but it looks like it's
>>>>appended, so I think if I switch the order of the files in the merge line
>>>I would not depend on the file number for anything externally.
>>I'll second that. Use the URL or filepath instead. Much more reliable.
>>Peter Karman 651-605-9009 firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Karman 651-605-9009 email@example.com
Received on Mon Aug 30 13:27:39 2004