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Re: The search is returning the hard drive location

From: Roman Chyla <chyla(at)not-real.knihovnabbb.cz>
Date: Thu May 26 2005 - 10:18:23 GMT
and if you use swish.cgi, you may

         # prepend this path to the filename (swishdocpath) returned by 
swish.  This is used to
         # make the href link back to the original document.  Comment 
out to disable.

         prepend_path    => 'http://intranet/',


SSchattenberg@iht.com napsal(a):
> Try  this configuration directive when indexing.
> 
> ReplaceRules remove file:///c:/Intranet/..
> 
> I use this to chop off the file system location of my html files.  Swish-e
> then indexes them with a relative path.
> 
> My config looks something like this:
> 
> ReplaceRules remove /path/to/htdocs/folder/
> 
> cheers.
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> I'm sure this is an easy fix, but I have not been able to locate any
> solutions in the forums. I'm using the swish-e for an intranet. When I do
> the search it is returning the location as file:///c:/Intranet/test.html
> instead of the http location.
> 
> I am running swish-e version 2.2.2 on IIS with perl 5.8.0.806
> The index file is very simple:
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> IndexFile C:/intranet/swish-e.index
> IndexDir http://192.168.1.10
> IndexOnly .htm .html
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> when I run the command c:\bin\swish-e -S http -c conf\test.config
> 
> The output is:
> indexing data source: "http-crawler"
> indexing "http:/192.168.1.10"
> returned 0
> returned 0
> removing very common words...
> no words removed
> writing main index...
> err: No unique words indexed!
> 
> So I changed the config file to:
> 
> IndexFile C:/intranet/swish-e.index
> IndexDir C:/intranet/
> IndexOnly .htm .html
> 
> I run the command c:\bin\swish-e  -c conf\test.config it indexes everything
> in the directory, which I guess is what it is supposed to do. But when I do
> a search on the website it returns the search location to
> file:///c:/Intranet/.. instead of http://192.168.1.10/etc..
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> Any assistance is greatly appreciated! Thanks
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Received on Thu May 26 03:18:24 2005