By the way, mgpp does combined ranked and boolean searches. so you can do 'java
AND C++', and get the results ranked.
if you haven't already done so, have a look at
for the collection config file syntax for mgpp collections. Note that mgpp paragraph
searching didn't work for versions earlier than 2.40, so you'll need to download the
latest greenstone version to do paragraphs with mgpp.
> email@example.com wrote:
> > HI,
> > I realize that for my collection of html files, there?s no significant
> > difference between section and paragraph indexing search. The only noticeable
> > difference is that the documents are returned in a different order. However,
> > if I do a Boolean search such as ?Java and C++?, the paragraph searching
> > option is not necessarily giving priority to those paragraphs containing both
> > words Java and C++ in the same paragraph.
> > Therefore, I am just wondering under what kind of situation will it be useful
> > to have paragraph indexing and searching? And we know that in order for
> > section searching to work, I need to have <section>?</section> type of tags
> > inserted in the html files. So are there some similar tags that we need to
> > insert into the html files, in order for paragraph indexing to work properly?
> > My last question is, how do we specify that we want paragraph level indexing
> > in collect.cfg?
> > Is it like
> > index paragraph: text
> > ?.
> > collectionmeta .paragraph:text "paragraph"
> > Are these the 2 lines we ever need for paragraph indexing and searching in
> > collect.cfg?
> > Thanks for the help,
> > Kim Hsieh
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