[greenstone-users] (sin asunto)

From Oran of Greenstone Team
DateThu May 1 10:36:48 2008
Subject [greenstone-users] (sin asunto)
In-Reply-To (5587450-1209397783920-JavaMail-root-ctps7)
Hi Ana,

The indexers are subtle, and while they all perform the same function -
indexing text - slight differences in their inner workings sometimes
mean that different indexers return different result sets. Each indexer
has a different way of handling things like stopwords, case folding, and
stem folding. In your MGPP collection, try adjusting the preferences for
case differences and word endings and you might find a way to have all
34 documents returned. Failing that, send us the boolean search you are
using, and if possible, a URL to the collection itself.

Kind Regards,

ANABEMORA@telefonica.net wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I wouldn't like to punish members' list again but I've got no choice.
> I built my collection with html files, all of them are complete
> documents, no sections. I used MGPP for indexation, but I'm having
> troubles to retrieve info.
> Example: I have 42 docs with the same heading term in the field
> "Subject". I have created another index based on a field called "Term
> of contract" with three values: "In force", "Expired", "Modified".
> Well, when I use certain boolean search with several fields I get
> right results using Lucene index engine ( 34 items) but using MGPP I
> get an error (33). I have checked metadata values added to docs and
> everything seems to be OK. Does anybody have an idea about what happens?
> Thanks in advance,
> Ana B. Mora
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