[greenstone-devel] How to build only the recently added documents in a collection.

From Katherine Don
DateTue Jun 16 06:59:52 2009
Subject [greenstone-devel] How to build only the recently added documents in a collection.
In-Reply-To (567dc0d60906080819h4056f4a1oc274fba5f4454c73-mail-gmail-com)
hi

The new 2.82rc release includes support for incremental building, and
GLI uses this too.

From GLI, select the "minimal rebuild" button when you are building the
collection.
From the command line, use the incremental-import.pl and
incremental-buildcol.pl scripts.

If you are using mg/mgpp only the import stage will be incremental.
Buildcol will have to process all the documents.
If you switch to Lucene, then the build stage will be incremental too.

Note, if you are using Windows and install 2.82rc into a path with
spaces (eg Program Files) please see
http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/Notes_for_Greenstone_2.82rc

Regards,
Katherine

s2008 g wrote:
>
> Hello All,
>
> *How to build only the recently added documents in a collection.*
> Whenever we add a new file(whatever format it is) to a collection and
> when we start build process all the files are build up again.
> Is there any option in greenstone so that only the newly added files
> are build up.
>
> Regards
> Sreeja G
>
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