|Dear Sh. K. Rajesekharan,
When i try to search (through search box) any keyword, the result shows
number of links (pdf files) with individual title. But the titles are not
in position to read or understand, there is a variation in each and every
title. I looked in this proble then i realised that the titles are
retrieved from "ex.title" metadata instead of exp.title" metadata. This
search does not make any sense.
Kindly guide me.
> Dear Mr. Lavji,
> If you use ISISRawRecord as a browsing classifier, the raw data as you
> provided will appear in the display.
> So use browsing classifier button names like Author, Title, Keywords,
> Departments etc and avoid the above classifier.
> If your record is simple , it can appear as follows:-
> ---------- tag=1 data=Rajan tag=2 data=Introduction tag=3
> data=Matter tag=4 data=1.pdf
> So avoid the classifier or correct the data.
> K Rajasekharan
> Librarian, Kerala Institute of Local Administration(KILA)
> Mulagunnathukavu, Thrissur - 680581 , India
> Ph 0487 - 2200244+208 (O) 2201428 (R)
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> Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 19:17:01 +0530 (IST)
> From: "Lavji N. Zala" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [greenstone-users] Winisis to Greenstone
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> Dear Sh. K. Rajesekharan,
> Thank you very much for your suggestion. It worked perfectly. But the
> "ISISRawRecord" classifiers shows uselesss icons (such as ^) , tags etc.
> PL. see the attachment so that you can come to know the problem. The
> "TILE", "Name of Person(s)" classifiers are activated. I have also
> attached the FDT of disseration database for your kinf info.Pl. guide me
> what should i do to improve "ISISRawRecord" classifier.
> Lavji N. Zala
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