|I am having this problem as well, and so I thought I'd bump this topic
in case Gavin has solved it or anyone has any feedback on it.
I have several paged image collections and a photo collection. I
should note that the paged image collections are heavily customized
with HTML and CSS. When I search the (uncustomized) photo collection,
I see thumbnails from the paged image collections in the search
results, and those thumbnail photos are in the photo collection's
folder under index/assoc/HASH0122.dir/thumbnail.gif -- these files
themselves are the wrong thumbnails, but only the thumbnails seem
wrong (the full size and screenview seem fine).
I suspect there is something going wrong when the thumbnails are
generated during collection building, maybe with the tmp folder. but
I'm not sure exactly what's causing the cross pollination.
On Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 2:13 PM, Gavin Spomer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have a problem that has me totally stumped. On our Greenstone server we have 8 image collections and 1 paged-image collection. When building any of the image collections, it affects the paged-image collection in the following way: some, but not all, of the [ex.thumbicon]'s my SearchVList show thumbnail images from the image collection that was built, instead of the correct thumbnail images from the paged-image collection. Even more vexing, when I right-click on one of the "invading" thumbnails and select "View image", the resulting url shows that the thumbnail is in one of the paged-image HASH subdirectories!! Oddly enough, the VList for my browsing classifiers is unaffected.
> If I rebuild my paged-image collection, the problem gets fixed. But this is obviously not a long term solution. I don't want to have to rebuild my paged-image collection after every time I build one of my image collections.
> This is quite disconcerting and doesn't make any sense to me whatsoever. If I have one collection open in the GLI, why should it have ANY effect on another collection?
> I'm thoroughly perplexed. What am I missing?
> Gavin Spomer
> Systems Programmer
> Brooks Library
> Central Washington University
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