Hi Bill Moseley, thank you for replying. Okay, that may work not sure.
I'm new to Swish-E so I apologize but where would this go, in the config
file? Having two different indexes makes sense entirely, however how do
I get Swish-E to index via HTTP/S for the private side when
authentication is require? My web site is driven almost entirely by
database, however the end results of how the content is put together is
done dynamically and therefore would require Swish-E to index via
Also one more thing, I noticed that in the config file you specify what
file types should be indexed. My webpages are of course XHTML but all
requests are centralized in one index PHP file, would I then have to set
the IndexContents to PHP .php?
>How about two indexes?
> my @indexes = ( 'public.index' );
> push @indexes, 'priviate.index' if $authenticated;
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