Have a problem I hope you can help with - sorry if often discussed but I
did search the archives a bit - maybe didn't use proper terms.
I have a Centos 4 server on our lan (not a lot of security concerns)
running the BlueQuartz web hosting system to help complicate things.
Using latest stable swish-e-2.4.5-4
uname -a : i386 2.6.9-42.0.3.EL GNU/Linux
My install is nearly complete but when I search on a term via a webpage
search, the resulting URLs are incorrect - jumbled together.
Example of correct URL:
Example of search results (different result than above but you get the
See what it does to the _DATA/TITLE01/ path?
My directory structure is http://localhost/codeonline which is where
swish.conf and index.swish-e reside, as well as the search.htm page.
http://localhost/cgi-bin is where swish.cgi and .swishcgi.conf reside.
http://localhost/codeonline/_DATA is mostly what I'm interested in
I've gotten started on this using a Municipal Code collection on a CD
provided by LexisNexis and they provided some basic webpages using
frames that I've been trying to get working. Here is the search page,
which provides a simple search box but when I hit the search button it
takes me to the full blown swish-e search page (with all the options of
<LINK REL=STYLESHEET HREF="./hytoc.css" TYPE="text/css">
<table><tr><td><font face="arial, helvetica" size="2">
<form method="GET" action="../cgi-bin/swish.cgi">
<font size="3"><input name="keywords" size=30 maxlength=512></font>
<input type="hidden" name="maxresults" value=200>
<input type="hidden" name="swishindex"
<input type="submit" value="Search"><p>
<input type=radio name=detail value=yes > Verbose report
<br><input type=radio name=detail value=no CHECKED> Simple report
<tr><td><A HREF="./help.htm" target="MAIN">Search Tips</td></tr>
I don't know if you need it but here is the conf file:
MetaNames first author swishdocpath swishtitle
ReplaceRules remove "\./"
ReplaceRules prepend "/codeonline/"
IndexOnly .html .htm
City of Nome
PO Box 281
102 Division St.
Nome, AK 99762
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Received on Thu Feb 21 15:06:11 2008