On Thu, 25 Jul 2002, Frits van Latum wrote:
> I have another problem with searching between dates. I am indexing XML data
> (bibliographic data) that have two elements/propnames: start and end. This
> is to indicate a period. Example:
> <title>The sixties</title>
Ok, so when indexing you need to set a propertyname for each of those
PropertyNamesNumeric start end
In this case you probably don't need to use a numeric property since your
numbers are all 4 digits (and will thus compare correctly as strings).
> So I want to do something like this:
> give me all records that are about the period 1960-1970
> give me all records with: (end >= 1960) AND (start <= 1970)
> swish-e ... -L end >= 1960 -L start <= 1970
> The example given should be found with this query!
> Can Swish do anything like this? If so: what is the correct syntax.
Untested, but I think it would be something like:
swish-e -L end 1960 2002 -L start 0 1970
Bill Moseley firstname.lastname@example.org
Received on Thu Jul 25 16:11:13 2002