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*SPAM* Re: submission/search problems on demo site
- From: "Stuart L. Marshall" <marshall@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: *SPAM* Re: submission/search problems on demo site
- Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2005 07:29:11 -0700
> What collection does the record belong to? What's the value of the
> collection indicator tag (980) that you see in
> Does it correspond to the definition of the collection you want it to
> appear in?
> (E.g. published articles demo records have 980 tag equal to
> ``ARTICLE'', and the collection definition reads
> Moreover, does this collection belong to the public collection tree
> associated somewhere under the Home collection, as its regular
It is "000000153 980__ $$aPICTURE"
This is the result of submitting using the submit menu item,
choosing the picture document type and then "diagrams and charts".
I would assume this goes in the top level collection?
Record #83 which came with the demo set up shows the same
value "000000083 980__ $$aPICTURE".
Thanks for the php info, I may have only done the php mods in the
apache version of the file (debian set up).
Quoting Tibor Simko (tibor.simko@xxxxxxx) on Fri, Jul 22, 2005 at 09:53:49AM +0200:
> On Thu, 21 Jul 2005, Stuart L. Marshall wrote:
> > (I forgot, I think I needed to change the second line of
> > the bibupload php script from:
> > <?
> > to
> > <?php
> Please note that the INSTALL file recommends to put this into your
> log_errors = on
> display_errors = off
> expose_php = off
> max_execution_time = 160
> register_globals = on
> short_open_tag = on
> If the ``short_open_tag'' directive is on, then you don't have to use
> ``<?php''. All our PHP scripts assume it's on.
> > So some additional step is needed to make the record # 153 visible.
> > so I am running webcoll every 10 minutes and the others every hour.
> That's not really necessary. Webcoll doesn't see new records unless
> indexes are up to date. (At least the ``collection'' index.) Hence
> if bibindex runs at 10:00 and you integrate a new record at 10:01, it
> will be indexed by the next bibindex run at 11:00 and the webcoll will
> see it only after the 11 o'clock job finishes.
> If you want to integrate new records fast, then you better diminish
> the frequency to 10 minutes for all the tasks.
> If you want to integrate new records fast without waiting for delays
> associated to the output formatting and other author/title indexing
> jobs, then you can try to run a setup like this:
> $ bibindex -wcollection -s10m
> $ webcoll -s10m -v0
> $ bibindex -s1h
> $ bibreformat -oHB,HD -s1h
> $ bibrank -s1h
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