On Tue, 2004-12-21 at 12:01 -0800, Smith, Sarah wrote:
> Searching on Google, I found: "It can find catdoc.exe, but this is the error it returns when it can't find the document to parse."
OK, quick sanity check:
Which version of SWISH-E is this?
Was it installed using the exe from swish-e.org?
Is this the catdoc.exe included with that version of SWISH-E?
> And when I tried using wvWare.exe instead, I get the error: No such file '@\' (whatever that means).
Hrm, I'm not sure what that means either.
Could you give an example of the full filename for one of these
documents? For example C:\files12345\stuff123\abc123.doc
> The actual doc file names have no spaces and are only alphanumeric (no underscore or punctuation marks).
And the directories the files are in are also named this way?
ICQ - 412039
Received on Tue Dec 21 12:10:59 2004