>On 10/25/2007 09:11 AM, email@example.com wrote:
>>> On 10/25/2007 08:33 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>>> I did as you suggested (first I tried, ExtractPath flavor regex
>>> !^([^/]+)/.*$!$1!, and then i did rename the directories and then tried
>>> second ExtractPatch string) and I am still getting same response, err, and
>>> results. The results below are from the renamed directories suggestion you
>>> swish-e -T index_all
>>> to dump the index and see what's getting indexed as what. And try running
>>> indexer with the -v option set.
>>> Peter Karman . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com . http://peknet.com/
>> Ok, I traced out some things and I fixed the 'flavor' regex string. So now I
>am getting that in my search query. However I am still not getting any
>population on the <strong> portion of the search query.
>> [josh@josh]# swish-e -w title AND flavor=strong -x '"<strong>"
>> # SWISH format: 2.4.5
>> # Search words: title AND flavor=strong
>> # Removed stopwords:
>> # Number of hits: 1
>> # Search time: 0.000 seconds
>> # Run time: 0.009 seconds
>> "" "real title" "strong"
>> Here are snips from the -T index_all:
>you must have something different in your set up than mine, since mine
>Did you try indexing with any of the -T options to see what properties and
>names are getting parsed? I can't really do this work for you, just point out
>the tools you have at your disposal.
>Peter Karman . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com . http://peknet.com/
Don't get me wrong; I am not expecting or asking for you to do the work for me. I am (was; now I have a lot more ammo) at a loss as to how to start and where to look - i need direction (and obviously a lot of it).. ;-)
As for my install; its a clean installation... Downloaded the program - ran the ./configure, Make and Make Install - and thats it....
I ran some of the -T options and I can't see it doing anything with the PropertyNames defined in the conf - other then defining them:
flavor : id=10 type= 1 META_INDEX Rank Bias= 0
strong : id=11 type=70 META_PROP:STRING(case:ignore) SortKeyLen: 100 *presorted*
a : id=12 type=70 META_PROP:STRING(case:ignore) SortKeyLen: 100 *presorted*
flavor : id=13 type=70 META_PROP:STRING(case:ignore) SortKeyLen: 100 *presorted*
I am assuming that flavor is in there twice because of the one for the ExtractPath string, and the other due to the PropertyName string.
I know it is doing 'something' with the PropertyNames because when I do an index without them; its telling me '4 properties sorted', and when I do an index with them it tells me '7 properties sorted'....
It just doesn't look like its grabbing the data; if it was; the properties should be listed here, right?
[josh@josh]# swish-e -c index.cfg -T PARSED_TAGS PROPERTIES
Indexing Data Source: "File-System"
swishdocpath: 6 ( 33) S: "doc-href/docswith-ahref.html"
swishtitle: 7 ( 10) S: "read title"
swishdocsize: 8 ( 4) N: "155"
swishlastmodified: 9 ( 4) D: "2007-10-24 15:38:02 EDT"
flavor:13 ( 4) S: "href"
swishdocpath: 6 ( 38) S: "doc-normal/docsthatarenormal.html"
swishtitle: 7 ( 37) S: "real title i want"
swishdocsize: 8 ( 4) N: "155"
swishlastmodified: 9 ( 4) D: "2007-10-24 15:37:21 EDT"
flavor:13 ( 6) S: "normal"
swishdocpath: 6 ( 36) S: "doc-strong/docswith-strong.html"
swishtitle: 7 ( 12) S: "real title"
swishdocsize: 8 ( 4) N: "132"
swishlastmodified: 9 ( 4) D: "2007-10-25 10:12:03 EDT"
flavor:13 ( 6) S: "strong"
The weird thing is that its grabbing and populating flavor, and I know thats from the ProperyName string because when I remove it from there; flavor isn't in the dump like the one above.
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