|Thank you Quan !!!
For the java -version:
java version "1.5.0"
Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.5.0-b64)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.5.0-b64, mixed mode)
I have changed my Java after modifying the .bashrc file in my folder. and our server uses still the version of 1.4.
After lauching the binary file it gave 22 Times the same messange: ./greenstone....bin: 1: bc: not found
I attached a log file with using the -is:log.
An other question: i have written the question too when i used the source package to install the GSDL?
Is it the same one like for the binary file??
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> Datum: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 04:14:02 +1200 (NZST)
> Von: email@example.com
> An: "feng wang" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> CC: email@example.com
> Betreff: Re: Questions about searching function with using the CGI URL
> Hi Feng
> Could you tell me what you get by running "java -version" and "which java"
> before and after JRE_HOME or JAVE_HOME is setup?
> Actually, the Greenstone3 installer has been bounded a JRE, which means
> the installer will automatically install a JRE under the Greenstone3 root
> folder if a java couldn't be detected locally. So, I'm not clear why it
> couldn't work on yours. Sending me the screen shots of the installer error
> message if it is possible might help me to understand what's going on
> > Hi Quan,
> > thanks for your mail! Very useful! I have changed the
> > with my wish. It works.
> > for my 6 question i have tried to check out the version of Java,
> > an Java_Home like you wrote to me. But it didn't work for the binary
> > install file of GSDL3. So i tried to install the GSDL 3 from the source
> > package with the ant fresh_install.
> > Here is the error message with ant:
> > build.xml:125:Unexpected element "condition"
> > In the Line 125: <condition property="app.version" value="trunk">
> > I think, the ant install searched the java environment too. But i don't
> > know why it didn't work by me.
> > I found the problem for a long time. But just got the right solution for
> > myself, please help me!
> > regards and thanks
> > Feng
> > -------- Original-Nachricht --------
> >> Datum: Thu, 26 Jun 2008 07:02:16 +1200 (NZST)
> >> Von: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >> An: "feng wang" <email@example.com>
> >> CC: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >> Betreff: Re: Questions about searching function with using the CGI URL
> >> Hi Feng
> >> Answer of question 1:
> >> In Greenstone3, all actions on the collections,like browsing,searching,
> >> have been done by the message router and the arguments are passed
> >> through
> >> the URL. And both request and response are internally assembled in an
> >> XML
> >> format, which can be investigated by adding a "&o=xml" at the end of
> >> URL address on the browser.
> >> To investigate the passing arguments, you can either look at the URL
> >> arguments or both request and response in XML format on the browser.
> >> question2:
> >> This problem can be solved by modifying the format statement of search.
> >> Open the collectionConfig.xml file in a text editor and look for a
> >> search
> >> tag. The format statement of search is near at "</search>". Then add
> >> lines below to the place you want.
> >> <td valign="top">
> >> <gsf:metadata name="srclink"/>
> >> <gsf:choose-metadata>
> >> <gsf:metadata name="thumbicon"/>
> >> <gsf:metadata name="srcicon"/>
> >> </gsf:choose-metadata>
> >> <gsf:metadata name="/srclink"/>
> >> </td>
> >> Make sure that the collectionConfig.xml is always well formed.
> >> Question 3
> >> You can modify the collectionConfig.xml of the collection to display
> >> dc.title instead of ex.titile. It will look like:
> >> <gsf:metadata name="dc.Title"/>
> >> Question 4
> >> All metadata of the Doc can be displayed as long as you adding the
> >> metadata needed into the format statement of collectionConfig.xml.
> >> Please see the sample of the answer of question 3.
> >> Question 5
> >> If the collection argument is empty(c=), it will do a cross collections
> >> search.
> >> Question 6
> >> Try to export JRE_HOME or JAVA_HOME first, and check the java path
> >> "echo $JRE_HOME" or "echo $JAVA_HOME" before installing Greenstone3,
> >> because the installer has to be run in a java environment.
> >> Regards
> >> Quan
> >> > Hi,
> >> >
> >> > We want to write a application which can access and manage the
> >> collection
> >> > in the GSDL. We know,that man can use the CGI+URL to implement the
> >> search
> >> > function in any way. And with the Java+Perl makes the functionality
> >> > managing the collection possible. We have some questions about the
> >> > function like searching and getting the document in the GSDL
> >> Collection.
> >> >
> >> > 1.Man can find a description about the generic CGI arguments in the
> >> > manual.pdf(page 53). But it appears still some CGI arguments in the
> >> URL
> >> > Query, which i didn't know what its means. I think i must at first
> >> make
> >> a
> >> > full map about all CGI in the GSDL Qu
> > --
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Log file created by MultiPlatform installer @Fri Jun 27 17:17:05 CEST 2008
Checking the environment variables specifed in the JVM files to find the JVM...
No JVM can be found using the shell environment variable. Searching JVM will continue with Path Hints specified in the JVM Files...
jvm files not specified. Searching a JVM cannot be performed.
is not found. Error extracting bundled JRE. Failed to launch the application.