Re: [greenstone-users] Exploding CDS/ISIS databases with version 2.71

From Michael Dewsnip
DateFri, 27 Oct 2006 10:56:33 +1300
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Exploding CDS/ISIS databases with version 2.71
In-Reply-To (9ee3d72d0610130831v12b66690k4d48b3b2ce30d252-mail-gmail-com)
Hi Lucia,

With the help of the small database you provided I've found that the
problem was due to spaces in the filenames being obtained from the web.
You can download a new version of from
that fixes this problem.



Lucia Phillip wrote:

> Hi Everyone,
> I downloaded the new version 2.71 and I am happy to report that I was
> able to explode an entire CDS/ISIS database of over 11,200 records
> each of which linked to an electronic file.
> I noticed a bug which prevented the images from being found and added
> to the collection and this has since been fixed with a new
> explode_metadata file which I downloaded.
> The majority of linked images which reside on internal servers are now
> appearing in the collection. However, a small number of images which
> are on the webserver and should be accessed using the URL are still
> appearing as dummy files.
> I am hoping that this bug can soon be resolved as well.
> I would like to thank the developers for their quick response to all
> the problems we have experienced because it has given us confidence to
> continue using Greenstone for our digital collections.
> Lucia Phillip
> National Library
> Trinidad and Tobago
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