[greenstone-users] Re: Setting the remote Greenstone for implementing the remtoe Application later

From feng wang
DateWed Jul 23 02:07:55 2008
Subject [greenstone-users] Re: Setting the remote Greenstone for implementing the remtoe Application later
In-Reply-To (488526AE-40003-cs-waikato-ac-nz)
Hi Anupama,
Sorry, i missed your mail which you replied to me at yesterday. So i updated the both files now and tested the steps which you suggested to me, Now the remote GLI server works on my PC, thanks!!!
Regards
Feng Wang
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> Datum: Tue, 22 Jul 2008 12:15:42 +1200
> Von: Anupama of Greenstone Team <greenstone_team@cs.waikato.ac.nz>
> An: feng wang <wangfeng77@gmx.de>, qq6@cs.waikato.ac.nz, greenstone3@list.scms.waikato.ac.nz
> Betreff: Re: [greenstone-users] Re: Setting the remote Greenstone for implementing the remtoe Application later

> Hi again Feng Wang,
>
> Before replying to you yesterday I downloaded the GS3 binary release
> from SourceForge to first test my intended reply to you. In order for
> the remote Greenstone 3 server to work for me, I needed to comment out
> some lines in gsdlCGI4gs3.pm that I had earlier added to circumvent some
> problems. Since those problems don't exist anymore, the lines should be
> commented out, otherwise the remote Greenstone server will no longer work.
>
> I have just committed these changes to the SVN repository. If you had
> already read my email yesterday and tried it out, could you also do one
> of the following:
> - get a fresh copy of
> http://trac.greenstone.org/browser/greenstone3/trunk/web/WEB-INF/cgi/gsdlCGI4gs3.pm
> - OR comment out the following lines in your gsdlCCGI4gs3.pm's
> "setup_gsdl" subroutine:
> #my $javahome = $self->get_java_home();
>
> #$ENV{'JAVA_HOME'} = $javahome;
>
> #else { # it's on linux now
> #my $perlpath = $self->get_perl_path();
> #&util::envvar_append("PATH", $perlpath);
> #}
>
> Thanks and regards,
> Anupama
>
> > If you're still having trouble getting the Remote Greenstone Server's
> > upload-collection-file and similar commands to work, will you try the
> > following? I have assumed you are using the binary release of GS3
> from > SourceForge.
>
> > 1. Follow all the steps on the wiki page (from a previous email, I
> > think you have done this step already).
>
> > 2. Make back-up copies of your gsdlCGI4gs3.pm and gliserver4gs3.pl
>
> > 3. Download the slightly modified versions of these two files from
> > SVN:
> >
> http://trac.greenstone.org/browser/greenstone3/trunk/web/WEB-INF/cgi/gsdlCGI4gs3.pm
> >
> http://trac.greenstone.org/browser/greenstone3/trunk/web/WEB-INF/cgi/gliserver4gs3.pl
>
> > 4. Maybe you want to go and check that the new gliserver4gs3.pl still
> > works as before by pointing your browser to
> >
> http://yourhost:yourport/greenstone3/cgi-bin/gliserver4gs3.pl?cmd=check-installation
> > If that worked out alright:
>
> > (5. This step is only for making the preview button come alive when
> > you finished building: If you haven't already done so, then in GLI,
> > set your preview command through File > Preferences > Connection. For
> > instance, I've got it set to: firefox %1)
>
> > 6. Create and build a sample collection with one or two documents.
>
> > Does the build output no longer say 0 documents considered for
> > processing?
>
> > Regards,
> > Anupama

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