[pmwiki-users] breadcrumbs and attachment search ?
geneh at shaw.ca
Tue Dec 29 11:27:26 CST 2009
On 12/24/2009 7:52 AM, ABClf wrote:
> You may need to use a search engine script, maybe something like
> http://www.sphider.eu/ + your database (sql?).
> This way, you are the master of your data.
> 2009/12/24 Gene Horodecki<geneh at shaw.ca>:
>> On 11/28/2009 9:54 PM, Simon wrote:
>> Re search: To search attachments etc you will need an external search
>> You may find more information here
>> Re http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/Hg
>> A couple of basic suggestions which you probably have covered off:
>> check the Q&A at the bottom of the recipe page.
>> Check the recipe is installed and their are no page caching issues.
>> 2009/11/29 Gene Horodecki<geneh at shaw.ca>
>>> Hi there..
>>> I have a couple issues.. First of all I installed hg.php but I am unable
>>> to get (:breadcrumb:) to work; it does not render. Is there a trick I
>>> am missing? I included the file in my config.php..
>>> Also, I would like to know if there is a way to have pmwiki search
>>> attachments such as .doc, .xls, .pdf, etc...
>>> pmwiki-users mailing list
>>> pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
>> Hi there. The only thing I could find on the seach cookbook page had to do
>> with Google, but I absolutely must have something that does not send data
>> offsite or allow anyone in. This is a corporate site and I'm sure opening
>> anything up to google would be grounds for firing!
>> Is there anything else that I am not seeing? Thanks.
>> pmwiki-users mailing list
>> pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
I think I will create a cookbook that utilizes the SOLR indexer. SOLR
is a java package but it can index doc / xsl / pdf / etc.. It uses
Lucene at its core but once the SOLR server is running you can interface
to it with XML.
A question.. Is there a page where I can see the actions built into
pmwiki? I have been looking at the autothumber cookbook and have
noticed that it uses a handler for postupload. Is there a place where
these handlers are documented? Thanks.
Also, if I get the Solr search going, would anyone like to see it as a
published cookbook? Thanks.
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