Re: [greenstone-users] Multiple XML Files

From schild
DateMon, 11 Jul 2005 10:49:24 +0200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Multiple XML Files
In-Reply-To (001201c58590$da926820$6400a8c0-DHRWZP71)
Hi Nathan,

I am not sure whether this is the answer that you are looking for, but I
may contribute to your problem by describing what I do in my collection.
I have each document of my collection put into a separate directory
folder (timestamp information) in the import folder. In each of these
directories I have a single metadata.xml file specifying the metadata of
just that one document inside the folder. As far as I can judge,
Greenstone handles this situation without trouble. I only have one
metadata file for each document though and I am not sure whether you
also intent to do this (split the metadata information into many files,
each file containing one record or more, but complete records) or if you
need to create several metadata files which carry part of the metadata
of one document. In the latter case, maybe someone else knows whether
this is possible...

Regards,

Axel Schild

Nathan Einwechter schrieb:

>I was just wondering if anyone knew, off the top of their heads, how
>Greenstone handles metadata files in different directories. Basically,
>I'm using the system in a way that it wasn't really intended, and it's
>been working great. BUT - I need to be able to use multiple metadata
>files to all lend to the same hierarchy classifier and was curious if
>just having them in different directories would do the trick, or whether
>it would effect the hierarchy in some way.
>
>Thanks!
>
>-- Nathan
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