You need to add the cover image into the collection (using GLI Gather
pane) or directly into the import directory. A cover image should go in
the same directory as its document.
Then you need to rebuild the collection.
Dep.Gesti?n Documental wrote:
> Thank you for your kind help, Katherine.
> If I try to manually add an image to greenstone/collect/xxx/archives/HASHxxxx.dir/xxx.jpg when I have the Greenstone library closed, and then I open the collection and CREATE it, when I go back to these files they are disappeared, after this creation.
> On the other hand, I have checked in the archive files (greenstone/collect/xxx/archives), and I compared mine with an example collection.
> After checking the metadata, I have found some differences. But I haven't been able to change those metadata, since they are the ones that are extracted by Greenstone. To be precise, I have tried to modify
> <Metadata name="srcicon"></Metadata>
> How can I resolve this?
> Thank you very much,
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Katherine Don [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Enviado el: lunes, 26 de junio de 2006 23:10
> Para: Dep.Gesti?n Documental
> CC: Greenstone-users (E-mail)
> Asunto: Re: [greenstone-users] First page of the document as the icon
> That looks fine.
> One thing I forgot to ask in the last email was how are you processing
> your PDF documents? This will only work if you have converted to images.
> If you are converting to html then it won't work, as there won't be an
> image for the first page, and also you may not even have sections.
> You can check in the archive files (greenstone/collect/xxx/archives)
> what metadata you have.
> Another way of doing this would be to manually save the first page of
> the PDF as a JPEG image, give it the same name as the document, and use
> the cover image mechanism.
> E.g. for book1.pdf you'd save an image as book1.jpg. This would get
> associated with the PDF file as a cover image (cover.jpg). The
> [DocImage] format element is a link to the cover image.
> So you could use eg
> [srclink]<img src="[DocImage]" height="40"/>[/srclink]
> Hope this helps,
> Dep.Gesti?n Documental wrote:
>>I guess I should write this sequence, by only changing the xxxx by the name of my collection. Is this right? It doesn't work. What am I writing incorrectly?
>>De: Katherine Don [mailto:email@example.com]
>>Enviado el: viernes, 23 de junio de 2006 7:33
>>Para: Dep.Gesti?n Documental
>>CC: Greenstone-users (E-mail)
>>Asunto: Re: [greenstone-users] First page of the document as the icon
>>In your SearchVList format statement, try e.g.
>>(will display full size)
>>(will display specified size)
>>Dep.Gesti?n Documental wrote:
>>>When you are in the results page, how can you see the image of the first page of the document, instead of the pdf icon? As well, this image of the first page would be the link to the whole pdf document.
>>>Thank you very much!
>>>Blanca Muyo Redondo
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