Re: [greenstone-users] Windows warning

From E Robinson
DateTue, 17 Jul 2007 15:32:38 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Windows warning
In-Reply-To (1191-202-180-115-18-1184639291-squirrel-webmail-scms-waikato-ac-nz)
I invoked it from the Preview button of the Librarian Interface
I have now opened up another collection which gave the same warning b=
ut=20
opened correctly with indices working, so I must have something else=
=20
wrong with the 'sample papers' collection.

I've now opened up the collections using the Digital Library (home=
=20
page), and it did not give the warning, but all collections do when=
=20
using the GLI and preview button.

Regards
Ed

sw64@cs.waikato.ac.nz wrote:
> Hello Robinson,
> That URL didn't look alright to me, if your collection name is "Pap=
ers
> Sample" the c parameter should have the value "paperssa" which is a=
lso the
> collection's directory name in the collect dir. How did you invoke =
your
> collection from the home page or the preview button? Could you chec=
k that?
>
> Regards
> Shaoqun
>
> =20
>> I opened a collection today that had been working correctly a coup=
le of
>> months ago, and got the following message
>>
>> Windows cannot find =91http://192.168.0.183:80/gsdl?c=3DPapers
>> Sample&l=3Den&a=3Dp&p=3Dabout&uq=3D1184567292265=92. Make sure you=
typed the name
>> correctly, and then try again. To search for a file, click the Sta=
rt
>> button, and then click Search.
>>
>> The collection name is Papers Sample, and I could see nothing miss=
ing in
>> the collect directory for that collection. I rebuilt the collectio=
n from
>> the GLI but still get the same error warning.
>>
>> The warning comes up immediately on opening the collection, which =
does
>> not display any of the indices that have been built, and shows onl=
y a
>> search facility - but that does not give results for any searches.
>>
>> I re-installed Greenstone 2.72, but am still getting the warning. =
I am
>> using Windows XP.
>>
>> I presume there is a file corrupt or missing but I cannot work out=
what
>> it is.
>>
>> Any ideas?
>>
>> Ed Robinson
>> =20
>
>
> =20