you need to alias your top-level XML tag to swishdefault.
Michael Peters wrote on 11/5/07 4:50 PM:
> Bill Moseley wrote:
>> swish-e -w perl is shortcut notation for
>> swish-e -w swishdefault=perl
>> swishdefault is the metaname used if no other metaname is in active
>> for a word when indexing.
> Right, but doesn't everything make it's way to swishdefault? That's what I thought
> Swish also, by default, indexes content of meta tags. So 'swish-e -w foo' will
> find "foo" in the body, the title, or any meta tags
>> Try indexing with -T indexed_words to see what meta tag each word is
>> indexed with.
> That shows this line for the word "perl"
> Adding:[1:title(19)] 'perl' Pos:181 Stuct:0x1 ( FILE )
> And nothing else. I know it's getting indexed under "title", but shouldn't it
> also be under "swishdefault"?
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Received on Mon Nov 5 22:12:07 2007