Re: [greenstone-devel] images not displaying in html document

From John R. McPherson
DateTue, 01 Jun 2004 11:49:23 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-devel] images not displaying in html document
In-Reply-To (79719a79c9c3-79c9c379719a-cwru-edu)
Linda Cantara wrote:
> I have a perplexing problem. I have encoded a monograph in TEI-XML and
> have transformed the XML to HTML. The book has six illustrations (jpeg
> images). I put the images in the collection's images directory as well as
> in the import directory, and when I open the HTML file from the import
> directory the images display correctly. However, after running
> and (using the command line interface), the Greenstone

> perplexing thing is that last Friday all the images were displaying
> correctly but today after I made some slight revisions to my XSL file
> and subsequently to my HTML file and rebuilt the collection, the images
> are no longer displaying.


when you run, it will add any documents in the import/
directory to the archives/ directory, which will have marked up
documents from any previous times that you ran the import.
Documents are stored in the archives/ directory with an Identifier based
on a hash of the source document, so if you change the document it will
generate a different hash, which means the archives/ directory will have
a copy of the old version as well as the new version. Perhaps this is
causing your problem (and you are viewing the old version which links to
images that are in an associated directory with an old name based on the
hash value).

Try removing the archives directory and putting all your source
documents in the import directory and then running and

John McPherson