Re: [greenstone-users] Problems with Sub.Txt, the Collector, and Directory Confusion

From George Varamishvili
DateSat, 1 May 2004 00:04:57 +0500
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Problems with Sub.Txt, the Collector, and Directory Confusion
In-Reply-To (4093F389-TOP1S46)
hello J. Raynor..

may be having a Ftp Access On Greenstone directory Will Solve your problem
(as i Understood Your Problem is that you cant put Metadatda files in
'tmp\tmpbuild\etc' )

Wish You Success , George Varamishvili
Greenstone Developer (Of NPLG - National Parliamentary library of georgia)

----- Original Message -----
From: "jraynor" <jraynor@mail.uri.edu>
To: "greenstone-users" <>
Sent: Friday, April 30, 2004 10:47 PM
Subject: [greenstone-users] Problems with Sub.Txt, the Collector,and
Directory Confusion


> First of all, I would like to offer my thanks for the prompt answer to my
> mgpp-related problem -- I rebuilt the collection using mgpp again, and
it's
> working quite nicely now.
>
> I have, however, another problem.
>
> I'm trying to add a hierarchical list of subjects now.
>
> I added the line:
>
> classify Hierarchy -hfile sub.txt -metadata Subject -sort Title
>
> to the collection's configuration file, and created a "sub.txt" hierarchy
file
> using the format:
>
> "Sample Subject" 1 "Sample Subject"
>
> to the same folder that I put the documents to be archived and the
> "metadata.xml" file.
>
> I discovered a .pdf document (at http://144.16.72.189/opendl/gsdl-co.pdf)
that
> said that "sub.txt" needs to go into the "etc" directory of the
collection,
> not the "import" directory.
>
> I'm using the web-based Collector on a computer running Linux. The .pdf
> document suggests "copy[ing] metadata.xml to the input collection folder
and
> sub.txt, org.txt (and collect.cfg) to the 'etc' directory in the
> current 'tmp\tmpbuild' folder." I know what the "input" folder is.
That's
> specified in the second step of the web-based collection-building process
> (right after the collection name, contact information, and so forth).
>
> What I don't, however, understand is
> (a) how to find the name of the "current 'tmp\tmpbuild\etc' directory
> (b) how to get "sub.txt" into that directory with the web-based Collector.
>
> I understand that it may not be possible to do this without dealing with
Linux
> directly, and I'm willing to give it a try, but I'm not really very
> Linux-knowledgable, so somewhat more detailed instructions would be very
> helpful.
>
> Thank you *very* much in advance.
>
> J. Raynor
>
>
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