I'm trying to build a collection containing English,
Spanish, and Russian documents. I have one Russian
document in my collection, which has a Russian
language "Title" field in the metadata.
At the end of the build I get the following message:
WARNING: AZList: HASH0173b0b704384094d09af62c
metadata is empty - not classifying
I have the following line in my main.cfg file:
classifyAZList -metadata Title
When I view my built collection, the Russian document
is missing from the A-Z list. I can search and find
it, and if I put this line in my main.cfg file:
classifyDateList -metadata Date
the document shows up there.
If I add an English character anywhere in the metadata
"Title" field the document reappears. The
alphabetical sort also appears to ignore accented
characters for sorting. What this suggests is that it
is ignoring all
characters outside of a certain range, and if all the
characters in your title happen to be outside of that
range (e.g., they're cyrillic), you're SOL.
So my question is, is there a way to make this sort
include non-ascii characters ? Presumably with a
Russian interface it would sort a collection of
Russian documents correctly, but I don't want a
Red Hat 9
Thanks for any light anyone can shed on this.
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