[greenstone-users] Browse tab question - ver.2.8

From Katherine Don
DateTue Oct 7 10:09:33 2008
Subject [greenstone-users] Browse tab question - ver.2.8
In-Reply-To (OFBECEC528-19E959E0-ON0A2574C5-006D5353-0A2574C5-006EBA02-hawaii-gov)
Hi

I think that perhaps you have a classifier node in your browse structure
that isn;t showing up.

Try the following format statement:

{If}{[numleafdocs],<td valign=top>[link][icon][link]</td><td>[Title]</td>,
<td valign="top">[srclink][srcicon][/srclink]</td>
<td valign="top">[dc.PersonalName] : [dc.Date] : [dc.Relation] :
[dc.Title]</td> }

This will display a link and the title for a classifier node (created
when groups of documents share the same metadata), and the srclink nad
other metadata for a document node.

Regards,
Katherine


ju.sun.yi@hawaii.gov wrote:
>
> Hi Everyone,
>
> Question - we have 2 records (2 pdfs) with different extracted data,
> and one different metadata field (dc.Relation), BUT the other fields
> contain the same information. In other words we have 2 documents for
> the same "couple" and we would like these 2 documents to be displayed
> (separately) when a user is "browsing" the NAMES section of the
> collection. It doesn't seem to be an "enrich" problem, because both
> records do appear in the LOCATION browse tab even though they have the
> same dc.Coverage^spatial field, and other duplicating information
> EXCEPT the call number (dc.Relation).
>
> So why does the 2 records appear in the LOCATION browse and not the
> NAME browse section? In fact in the NAME browse section, only " : : "
> appears between the records that it would have alphabetically fit in
> between.
>
> We're looking into the "format statements" but it seems pretty
> straightforward.
>
> NAME browse tab:
>
> <td valign="top">[srclink][srcicon][/srclink]</td>
> <td valign="top">[dc.PersonalName] : [dc.Date] : [dc.Relation] :
> [dc.Title]</td>
>
> LOCATION browse tab:
>
> <td valign=top>{If}{[numleafdocs],[link][icon][link]</a>}</td>
> <td>[srclink][srcicon][/srclink]</td>
> <td><b>[dc.PersonalName]</b> [dc.Date] : [Title]<br>
> {If}{[numleafdocs],<b>[dc.Coverage^spatial] ([numleafdocs]
> items)</b></a><p>}</td>
>
> both are using the GenericList classifier.
>
> Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Ju Sun
> =============================================
> Ju Sun Yi, MLIS
> Library Technician
> Hawaii State Archives
> 364 South King Street
> Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
> 808.586.0329
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