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Re: using MetaNames

From: Nick Le Mouton <noodles(at)not-real.planetslackers.com>
Date: Thu Sep 30 2004 - 05:44:35 GMT
Ok, I ran the index with -T indexed_words and it looks like it was indexing
<meta name="datasource" content="en_col_2004"> as datasource = en,
datasource = col and datasource = 2004, so I just removed the underscores
and it seems to be working

Funny that it picked up 15 docs though, even though they were all the same

Oh well, thanks for the help

Nick

-----Original Message-----
From: swish-e@sunsite3.berkeley.edu [mailto:swish-e@sunsite3.berkeley.edu]
On Behalf Of Bill Moseley
Sent: Thursday, 30 September 2004 1:58 a.m.
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: [SWISH-E] Re: using MetaNames

On Wed, Sep 29, 2004 at 04:49:25AM -0700, Nick Le Mouton wrote:
> But when I do a search it only brings up 15 results:
> 
> # SWISH format: 2.4.2
> # Search words: datasource = en_col_2004
> # Removed stopwords:
> # Number of hits: 15
> # Search time: 0.058 seconds
> # Run time: 0.082 seconds
> 
> This seems very odd as the tag is definitely there on all files (as
they're
> all dynamically generated off the same template)

Ok, then you know that:

   -w datasource=(not en_col_2004) -m10

should bring up ten of the others.  Take that list and create a new
config file and index just those.  Use -T indexed_words while indexing
to see if the meta data is actually indexed.  Then you can try your
search on those.

Maybe turn on 

    ParserWarnlevel 9

-- 
Bill Moseley
moseley@hank.org

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