|Date||Wed Dec 10 08:17:40 2008|
|Subject||[greenstone-users] Cross Collection "Infection"|
|Wow. This was a long time ago. ;)
I'm still using Greenstone 2.72. Currently, the problem has either corrected itself or no image collections have been built by our archivist. I would test, but am just swamped right now. When the problem exists, building an image collection only affects the the paged image collection. When building the paged image collection, it does not affect the image collection. It's like the image collections are ganging up on the paged image collection because it's different. LOL! ;)
>>> Katherine Don <firstname.lastname@example.org> 12/07/08 6:24 PM >>>
Weird! What versions of Greenstone are you using?
James, you are having a paged image collection affecting an image collection?
Are your thumbnails all called thumbnail.jpg? The images that are affecting the different collections, do they have the same name?
In Greenstone 2.81 the thumbnails have the original file name as part of their name, so hopefully this won't happen any more. (I hope you are not seeing this in 2.81!)
James Fournie wrote:I am having this problem as well, and so I thought I'd bump this topic
I have several paged image collections and a photo collection. I
I suspect there is something going wrong when the thumbnails are
On Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 2:13 PM, Gavin Spomer <email@example.com> ( mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org ) wrote:
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?