On Tue, Sep 21, 2004 at 05:58:37AM -0700, Terry Gliedt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> For many years I've always written URLs which invoke a script like this:
.. which is common, but invalid xml and therefore invalid xhtml.
> So when I saw that swish-e did
> I was surprised at &. I had expected to see & instead of &.
> The char entity isn't needed of course, since the href value is not
> rendered visible in the page.
Doesn't matter. It is not valid anymore. And & is backwards compatible.
Update your habits. Or use ';' if you use CGI.pm (pragma -newstyle_urls).
> Anyway, & works in a URL to my surprise.
> >>The use= key/value is not being used with the other links, so swish
> >>attempts to use the default database (which does not exist) and I get an
> >>error for the query.
> > Still not sure what you mean.
> See the 'Next 15' link. It contains 'use=fusion', but the other links to
> pages do not. So when I click on '2', the link fails because swish.cgi
> is looking for the default datebase (default.index). But the script did
> know enough to specify the use= keyword for 'Next 15'.
> What surprises me here is that this works for anyone. The swish.cgi I am
> using is from the example directory in the source with conf changes
> only, no code changes.
So where does that parameter 'use' come from in the first place?
What makes you think it should be preserved in all links?
I could not find it in swish.cgi. Maybe my fault, I havent used
swish.cgi in years.
Received on Tue Sep 21 06:38:57 2004