Changeset 27353

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16.05.2013 15:11:31 (6 years ago)
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kjdon
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changed the definitions for some of the OIDtype options

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  • main/trunk/greenstone2/perllib/strings.properties

    r27300 r27353  
    289289import.OIDtype.incremental:Use a simple document count. Significantly faster than "hash", but does not necessarily assign the same identifier to the same document content if the collection is reimported. 
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    291 import.OIDtype.assigned:Use the metadata value given by the OIDmetadata option (preceded by 'D'); if unspecified, for a particular document a hash is used instead. These identifiers should be unique.  
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    293 import.OIDtype.dirname:Use the parent directory name (preceded by 'J'). There should only be one document per directory, and directory names should be unique. E.g. import/b13as/h15ef/page.html will get an identifier of Jh15ef. 
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    295 import.OIDtype.filename:Use the tail file name.  Requires every filename across all the folders within 'import' to be unique. 
     291import.OIDtype.assigned:Use the metadata value given by the OIDmetadata option; if unspecified, for a particular document a hash is used instead. These identifiers should be unique. Numeric identifiers will be preceded by 'D'. 
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     293import.OIDtype.dirname:Use the immediate parent directory name. There should only be one document per directory, and directory names should be unique. E.g. import/b13as/h15ef/page.html will get an identifier of h15ef. Numeric identifiers will be preceded by 'D'. 
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     295import.OIDtype.filename:Use the tail file name (without the file extension). Requires every filename across all the folders within 'import' to be unique. Numeric identifiers will be preceded by 'D'. 
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    297297import.OIDtype.full_filename:Use the full file name within the 'import' folder as the identifier for the document (with _ and - substitutions made for symbols such as directory separators and the fullstop in a filename extension)