[greenstone-users] Alpha list at the second level

From Richard Managh
DateWed Oct 22 11:38:58 2008
Subject [greenstone-users] Alpha list at the second level
In-Reply-To (OF759FD052-C6833319-ON0A2574E2-00090346-0A2574E2-000A8833-hawaii-gov)
Hi Ju Sun Yi,


I note you currently have ( in your collect.cfg file for that collection)

classifyGenericList -sort_leaf_nodes_using dc.PersonalName -metadata
dc.Coverage^spatial/dc.Coverage^district -partition_size_within_level
100 -buttonname Location -always_bookshelf_last_level
-partition_type_within_level constant_size

For that classifier.

Try:

classifyGenericList -sort_leaf_nodes_using dc.PersonalName -metadata
dc.Coverage^spatial/dc.Coverage^district -partition_size_within_level
100 -buttonname Location -always_bookshelf_last_level
-partition_type_within_level none/none/constant_size

note the change:

-partition_type_within_level constant_size

to

-partition_type_within_level none/none/constant_size

See if that gives you what you want.

You might also try:

-partition_type_within_level none/none/per_letter

Note that the slashed arguments allow you to specify different
partitions for different levels of the hierarchy.


Best Regards,

Richard

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2008/10/14 <ju.sun.yi@hawaii.gov>

>
> Dear List,
>
> After entering so many records into the GLI we notice that in our
> "Location" browse section, the number of documents within a "bookshelf" is
> quite large. Is it possible to have the documents group together in
> sections by alpha, such as our "Name" browse section? In other words, we
> would like the page to display like this:
>
> Island of Molokai:
>
> Kalaupapa: (132 Items)
>
> *Abc-Def* Ghi-Klm Nop-Qrs...etc.
>
> Abc, John
> Abcd, Jane
> Abce, Mary
> etc.
>
>
> So instead of having ALL 132 documents be listed when someone clicks on
> "Kalaupapa" - the person would see only the first 50 documents, and would go
> to the next alpha section to view the others, and so forth.
>
> Right now we are using the "GenericList" classifier. We would like to use
> this type of browsing classifier because we have found that this works in
> terms of the way the other information displays, which makes it easier when
> they are "browsing" because it can help to narrow their search.
>
> Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Thank you,
> Ju Sun
>
>
> =============================================
> Ju Sun Yi, MLIS
> Library Technician
> Hawaii State Archives
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