Re: [greenstone-users] Documents which belongs to more than one category

From Richard Managh
DateTue, 19 Dec 2006 09:48:30 +1300
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Documents which belongs to more than one category
In-Reply-To (BAY135-F4BB7ABF76E95F2B52D854D6C90-phx-gbl)
Hi César,

In Greenstone, metadata items can have multiple values, so in a greenstone metadata.xml file, this might look like the following:

...
<Metadata name="Category" mode="accumulate">Agriculture</Metadata>
<Metadata name="Category" mode="accumulate">Places</Metadata>
...

Or in the GLI you just enter one value for a metadata item, then you press enter to add another value for the metadata value you already have selected.


Hope this helps,

Richard.
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César López Molero wrote:
Hello:

I am making a collection of Municipal Acts with a simple and advanced search. I've asigned a metadata category to all them but there is a problem because a few documents belongs to more than one category.

The exploration classificator I've created is the next:

classify Hierarchy -metadata dc.Título -sort dc.Title -buttonname "Orden alfabético"

My question is "How can I assign more than one value to each document?".

For example, there are created 3 Categories: Buildings, Places and Agriculture, and there is a documents which talks about Agriculture and Places,  Do I have to make a duplicate of the document or can be another possibility?

Thank you

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