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From: Peter Karman <peter(at)>
Date: Thu Jun 01 2006 - 15:45:10 GMT
what version of Swish-e?
what's your config file look like?
how are you indexing?

Quintana, Alex scribbled on 6/1/06 10:38 AM:
> Hi,
> I was wondering if anyone has ever encountered a situation where the =
> entire file is listed in the search results instead of just the normal =
> description with the most important sections?
> It's not a consistent problem which happens all the time given the =
> criteria in which it occurs. It seems to happen with certain queries, =
> and while at first I thought it only happened on indexed PDF documents, =
> it also happens on HTML ones as well.
> When it does happen, it's always the last result it happens for and it =
> only happens on searches that are one page in length.
> Here is a search that reproduces the problem. It reproduced it for me =
> right now, but it doesn't always happen. Also I should note that this is =
> using swish.cgi .. I renamed the file to in an esearch =
> directory so that our web designers wouldn't have to change the links on =
> thousands of pages. I've searched in google for this to no avail.
> Thanks for any help anyone can provide.
> Alex Quintana
> Web Programmer
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Peter Karman  .  .  peter(at)
Received on Thu Jun 1 08:45:10 2006