SWISH-E does not have a way to stage a search as is suggested below, but
such a thing can be done with the search interface. For example, some of
my search interfaces will by default limit a search initially to the
contents of the title tag, and if that returns 0 results, will
automatically reperform the search across the full text of the documents.
If it doesn't fail, it returns the initial results and offers a chance to
reperform the search across the full text of the documents. If the user
accepts that offer, the results they have already seen are tagged as
having been displayed before. But that all happens in Perl, not SWISH-E.
On Tue, 12 Oct 1999, Sheni R. Meledath wrote:
> Dear Friends,
> Sorry to disturb with my silly questions, if it is.
> While creating indexes or while searching is there any way to order the
> words ie, the words from title tag first listed, then words from body listed.
> (how to use the command option -t)
> I am using an html form to search the SWISH-E index. How should I give this
> option in my form. ie give the user an option to search in
> title/body/keyword etc.
> pls help me to solve this.
> Sheni R Meledath
> Web Developer
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Received on Thu Oct 14 10:19:19 1999