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,

DL Consulting
Greenstone Digital Library and Digitisation Specialists

César López Molero wrote:

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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