Re: [greenstone-users] unsolved problems #1

From Katherine Don
DateWed, 19 Jan 2005 14:42:57 +1300
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] unsolved problems #1
In-Reply-To (f06200703be131677f298-172-16-1-51)
Hi Rich

There is currently no way to make Greenstone do this for you. We have
thought that it might be a good idea to have metadata fields that have
restricted sets of values, which could then potentially be used in the
GLI when assigning metadata, and in the interface when searching.
However, this has not been implemented.

You may be able to achieve it using javascript but I'm not sure. If you
do come up with a solution, please let us know as we'd love to have it.

Katherine Don

Rich Robinson wrote:
> Thanks Michael, this worked! Now that I have fielded searching going
> again - is there a way to make some of the fields pull-down menus with
> only certain choices, as currently all fields require text entry. Some
> fields will only have a few possibilities, so a pull-down menu is
> preferable to entering free text.
> Rich
>> Hi Rich,
>> Happy New Year!
>> I think this is a problem with the CGI arguments to the page -- you
>> need slightly different arguments if you're using fielded searching.
>> Instead of
>> ?a=p&p=about&c=colname
>> you need
>> ?a=p&p=about&c=colname&ct=1&qto=3&qt=1
>> If you've clicked Preview Collection from the GLI or entered the
>> collection from your Greenstone library homepage these extra arguments
>> should be added automatically. Maybe you have bookmarked the
>> collection homepage and are using that?
>> All the best,
>> Michael
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