On 10/26/2007 12:44 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I really hate to be a pain here - but.... ;-)
> So I am in TemplateDefault.pm - and I am where $DocTitle is being populated with the title that will show up in the search results..
> my $DocTitle = $results->config('title_property') || 'swishtitle';
> So I am 'just' trying (for right now) to get it to show the 'strong' instead of the 'title_property'... So I changed the string to:
> my $DocTitle = $results->Property('strong');
> and nothing.. it errors out.. I saw many variations of the '$results->Property' field in the archives - and I tried all of them: $results->property, $res->Property, $res->property, as well as a variation of single and double quotes (again because I saw a mixture in the archives)...
> For the life of me I cannot get it to just show that defined PropertyName on the output of the search.... what am I missing here??
first, read the SWISH::API docs so you can start to understand how the Perl API
works. This assumes you have configured swish.cgi to use SWISH::API and not
just the fork/exec with the swish-e tool.
second, make sure you have configured swish.cgi to return all the properties
you are interested in displaying.
third, get to know the indispensable Perl tools like Carp and Data::Dump (the
latter I prefer to the venerable Data::Dumper). Carp is a standard module and
Data::Dump is on CPAN.
fourth, using those tools, find out what $results is in your code above. I
don't suspect it has a Property() method. Something like:
carp dump $results;
should show up in your error log (you are wathing your error log, right? If
not, do that before you do anything else. I always have 'tail -f error_log'
running in a terminal when I do any dev work like this.)
Peter Karman . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com . http://peknet.com/
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Received on Fri Oct 26 13:50:45 2007