If you go to C:Documents and Settings<Username> using windows
explorer, you should be able to see a folder called Application Data. If
you can't then you need to go to Tools->Folder Options->View and select
"show hidden files and folders".
Removing classifiers.dat is only necessary if you are using the GLI to
build. If you are building using the command line, you can just specify
GenericList in your config file.
classify GenericList -metadata Title
Run 'perl -S classinfo.pl GenericList' to see what other options are
Chaitra Rao wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> Thanx for the response. I use WindowsXP and I'm unable to find a folder
> by name Application data on my computer. I think this folder is found only
> on windows 2000 systems. Can you please suggest what I should do to get
> the Generic classifer working?
> On Tue, 26 Apr 2005, Michael Dewsnip wrote:
>>Please try using the GenericList classifier, which has better support
>>for Unicode values:
>>Unzip this into your Greenstone perllib/classify directory, then delete
>>the C:Documents and Settings<Username>Application
>>(This classifier will be included in the next version of Greenstone).
>>Chaitra Rao wrote:
>>> I have a collection of images with unicode metadata values. I am unable
>>>to use any of the AZLists and Heirarchy Classifiers. The browser shows a
>>>blank page(Except the top header of the greenstone page) when I build my
>>>collection using one of these classifiers.
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