|Hmm. I don't have any collections with Word documents; they are all image only collections with Dublin Core metadata. I would assume the search engine would work the same no matter what text it was searching. If you have Word documents in your collection, try searching "as phrase" and see if it works. Any of the Greenstone *experts* want to say anything? ;)
So far the Greenstone search features have met our needs just fine.
>>> Belinda Randolph <email@example.com> 05/08/07 9:16 AM >>>
I just want to confirm something. If the document was a Word
Document, and the phrase "about 1895" was in the actual Word Document
and not in the dc.Description, would the search on "about 1895" pull
up this word document?
What can you tell me about the search engine in general? Does it do
ranking? How do you like the user interface for the searching? Did
it meet your needs?
At 07:51 AM 5/8/2007, you wrote:
>I experimented on one of our collections and using double quotes
>seems to work. I have a document (image) that has the phrase "about
>1895" in the dc.Description and I would pull this up when searching
>on that phrase. I tried reversing the words in the phrase to "1895
>about" and searching and I didn't get anything, so I know it's
>searching exact phrase, not all of the words (logical AND) or some
>of the words (logical OR). Try something like this and see what you
>come up with.
> >>> cyberarian <firstname.lastname@example.org> 05/08/07 1:31 AM >>>
>Can anyone guide me how to search the exact pharase in Search Page of any
>digital library developed in GSDL? For example we use double quotes in most
>of search engines to search the exact phrase.
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