Michael Dewsnip wrote:
> What changes do you need to make to the metadata.xml format?
This is what one record in my metadata.xml currently looks like:
<Metadata name="Type" >Journal article</Metadata>
<Metadata name="Author" >de La Vallee Poussin, Luis#</Metadata>
<Metadata name="Journal">Revue d'histoire et de litterature
<Metadata name="Volume">tome XI</Metadata>
As you can see, the kind of fields I need to add are all
bibliography-related. There are a few more for different publication
types, but this example should suffice to give you a general idea.
> Yes, this functionality is available in Greenstone. One of the
> documented example collections, the "authentication and formatting
> demo" (http://www.nzdl.org/cgi-bin/library?a=p&p=about&c=authen-e)
> describes how this works.
Thank you. It's not quite what I was looking for, for non-authorised
users still get the document information displayed in search results,
even though they are then prompted for a password upon accessing the
document. Ideally, I'd like to be able to *completely* hide non-public
documents from non-authorised users. But if that's not possible, I can
live with the way the demo works, too.
I now rebuilt my collection, adding the following options to collect.cfg:
I rebuilt the collection twice, with -removeold, but it doesn't seem to
work: all documents are still accessible. With "authenticate
collection", however, authentication works.
Does authentication on a per-document basis require setting any further
options in a particular way (like "public false", perhaps?)
By the way, these are the other perhaps relevant options from my
indexes document:ArticleTitle document:Author document:AuthorJapanese
plugin UnknownPlug -process_exp '.PDF$' -default_language ja
plugin RecPlug -use_metadata_files
Thank you, and best regards,