Re: [aseek-users] indexing multiple subsets, and restricting search to subset

From: mark david mcCreary (no email)
Date: Mon Nov 26 2001 - 16:33:07 EST


>First of all, you should add all subsets to aspseek.subsets SQL table and run
>index -B, as described in this message:

>http://www.mail-archive.com//msg00560.html

Thanks for the clues. I have read that message, re-read the man
pages, and am now performing the following steps.

mysqlimport -uaspseek -pmypass aspseek subsets.txt

where subsets.txt contains (the first character is the TAB character,
for the subset_id field).

        http://www.internet-tools.com/listone/%
        http://www.internet-tools.com/listtwo/%
        http://www.internet-tools.com/listthree/%

A select * from subsets shows valid data in that table.

I then run

index

followed by

index -B

These index commands give positive feedback about how many messages
are loaded, and how many in each subset.

The search HTML looks like this

ACTION="http://www.internet-tools.com/cgi-bin/s.cgi?ul=http:%2F%2Fwww.internet-tools.com%2Flistone%2F%25"

I've also tried other variations of encoding characters, like

        ul%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.internet-tools.com%2Flistone%2F%25

However these search queries bring back data from the entire space,
and I want the search to be restricted to just the messages in the
listone subset.

Does anybody see where I am going wrong ?

Thanks in advance.

mark








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