Greenstone uses the third party's software to convert PDF files to HTML,
it seemed that the converting froze when processing that file. I also
noticed the file name is very long and contains diacricts, maybe you could
try making it shorter and all ascii. If that doesn't help, you could use
UnknownPlug to include that file in the collection (you need to change the
file extension). However, that file would not be full text searchable
since no text is extracted.
> Thanks for responding. I'm running the import via the gli expert mode and
> what's happening is the import just reaches 6 or 7% and get's stuck there,
> the last output message reading: "import.pl> Converting
> iversidaddeSantiago,Chile,2004.pdf to HTML format".
> No error messages come up and nothing else happens after that. I'm on
> Windows 98. What could it be?
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> Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Import perl script hanging whenever I
> try to build my collection
> How did you run the importing: using gli or commmand options?
> Did you get any error messages before it happened? In gli, you can switch
> to the expert mode to view those messages (Preferences->mode).
> Please send us the output messages if you can replicate it.
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