|Thanks for your reply. I had begun to study the source code to make the
changes necessary but then I decided to download the 2.83 version again
and try to install once more: this time it installed fine. So I'm using
this version instead and everything works. You have my compliments for a
Let me ask you one more question if I may: after generating a small test
collection of 500+ images that I'm using to design the bigger collection
of 65000+ images I find that the smallest modification causes all the
images to be re-treated with the PagedImage plugin even if no images
have been added or removed and even if I specify the minimum rebuild.
Shouldn't the page-sized images be rebuilt only if the originally
imported images are changed? Or is this happening because I have put
some metadata inside the .item files?
Thanks again for you help.
Rag. William Mann
Comune di Belluno
Servizio Sistemi Informativi
Piazza Castello, 14
Il 30/08/2010 01:33, Katherine Don ha scritto:
> Hi William
> This is a bug that is my fault. srclink is supposed to be generated at
> runtime from the srclink_file value, and it is for classifiers and
> search results, but I obviously missed out testing its use in the
> document page. The fix involves source code changes. The next release
> will be fixed.
> The easiest thing for you to do would be to modify your format
> statement. This would be easier than recompiling the code.
> In DocumentText or DocumentHeading format statements, instead of
> [srclink], use <a
> A bit of a mouthful.
> William Mann wrote:
>> After further testing, I've found that after my images are processed
>> with the PagedImage plugin (I've removed the Text and Image plugins)
>> the following formatstring items are empty: [link], [srclink] and
>> [href] therefore Greenstone is defaulting the link to cgi-bin. I
>> still haven't found the cause of this and any ideas are totally
>> welcome! Thanks.
>> Il 16/08/2010 15:02, William Mann ha scritto:
>>> I'm having a problem with the srclink while using the PagedImage
>>> that is, everything seems to work fine but when I click on the image to
>>> go to the raw version I get a link like the following:
>>> http://myhost:8282/greenstone/cgi-bin/image.jpg which obviously doesn't
>>> exist. I'm using a hierarchical structure with the following structure:
>>> Collection->Area 1
>>> Collection->Area 2
>>> In Area 1 there are the original images with the .item file and in Area
>>> 2 there are other images with their .item file.
>>> As stated, I can navigate the images but I can't get to the full-sized
>>> image because it seems that the srclink tag isn't working correctly (or
>>> I'm missing something which is more likely).
>>> Does anyone have any idea what I'm doing wrong? This is my first time
>>> trying Greenstone and this has me stumped. I'm running Greenstone on an
>>> Ubuntu 10.04 server. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.