Re: [greenstone-users] problem with building "large" collections

From Katherine Don
DateMon, 21 Aug 2006 11:38:15 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] problem with building "large" collections
In-Reply-To (44E60431-1040505-gmx-net)
Hi jens

Thats great news!
I think you need to use ; not , to separate metadata elements, and it
does all values by default. I guess we need to add the firstvalueonly
option.
One day we'd like to see GenericList doing everything that all the other
classifiers do, so then this would be the only classifier you'd need.

Cheers,
Katherine

jens wille wrote:
> hi michael!
>
> jens wille [18.08.2006 08:18]:
>
>>>I see from your collect.cfg file that you did use GenericList
>>>for one classifier, and it's commented out. Was this because it
>>>couldn't do what you needed? (I'm always willing to improve
>>>GenericList to make it better than the other classifiers!)
>>
>>i can't remember right now, it's been a while since i did that
>>;-) but i'll check out and let you know.
>
> incredible! it worked, 6 GenericList's + 1 Hierarchy :-) no "Out of
> memory!", no other error - stupendous. thanks a million!
>
> of course, i have to look more deeply into GenericList in order to
> get the sorting right and stuff like that. one "missing feature" i
> encountered though: the GenericList with a comma-separated list of
> multiple metadata didn't build, it's empty. does GenericList support
> that? and if, what about an equivalent for the -allvalues option?
>
> thanks for pointing me at GenericList, and thanks for GenericList
> actually ;-)
>
> cheers
> jens
>
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