Sorry for the vague-ness and thank you for your help.
When I use SetSearchLimit in my cgi, like this:
my $low = "2005-01-11";
my $high = "2005-01-14";
$search->SetSearchLimit("publicationdate", $low, $high);
It does not limit the search. In fact, I still get all matching results
regardless of date. And as I said before, running swish-e from the command
line with this command:
swish-e -w bush -s publicationdate -L publicationdate 2005-01-11
Produces the desired results which indicates that the problem lies
somewhere in my perl code.
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On Mon, Feb 07, 2005 at 08:14:32AM -0800, SSchattenberg@iht.com wrote:
> However, I have assumed that the function SetSearchLimit from the perl
> should do something similar but it does not.
What does it do instead -- or not do, as the case may be? I probably
could have answered your question if you provided an example of the
> 1. What is the difference between SetSearchLimit and -L
> and 2, how can I limit my searches by date without rewriting code to
> produce a date in a different format?
It's slightly more efficient to use a number to store the dates, but
what you are doing seems fine.
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