On Thu, Nov 04, 2004 at 01:53:46PM -0500, email@example.com wrote:
> Quick google Mr. December 18??? ;)
> What i **really** want to know is if you googled caching or googled
No, I didn't google myself. I was surprised to see my name -- but I
did google using Perrin's name as he had given talks about caching.
It's interesting how often that happens. I search for some topic and
then I find one of my posts -- which indicates how bad my memory is
because I seem to keep asking the same questions over and over....
> My last question Bill, and as always thanks for the time, i know that in
> the case of html docs, swish assigns value to the imortance of elements
> (title,body, etc). If i use xml elements with the same values does it
> consider them the same? I noticed that the next version has something
> called MetaNamesRank, which seems like it will allow me to do this via
No, xml files don't work like html. You might take your XML and
extract out the data you want indexed and then use <title> and <em>
type of tags to alter how terms are ranked. Index that as HTML2.
Indexing as HTML does give you more options for effecting the rank.
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Received on Thu Nov 4 11:14:56 2004