Changeset 32552


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Timestamp:
10/30/18 12:43:38 (2 years ago)
Author:
kjdon
Message:

made this a bit nicer and more informative (hopefully)

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  • main/trunk/greenstone3/web/sites/localsite/groupConfig.xml

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    11<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    22<!-- Collection groups configuration file
    3         Uncomment hierarchy and groupDescription elements to make collection groups work.
    4     Describe your structure inside hiearchy tag as shown in example below.
    5     Describe your groups in groupDescriptions element as shown below.
    6     Without group tag with @name in groupDescriptions group will be invisible(but available).
    7     If your collection not described in hierarchy element it will be visible after described
    8     groups and collections at home page.
    9         First level - home page
    10             Second level - inside first group
    11                 Third level - inside second group
    12                    
    13     -->
     3
     4A collection group is a set of collections that are presented under one
     5icon/link on the home page. Clicking that link takes you to the group home page,
     6which lists all the collections in that group.
     7
     8By default, there are no groups.
     9
     10Uncomment or add hierarchy and groupDescriptions elements to add groups to your library.
     11
     12Describe your structure inside a hierarchy tag as shown in the examples below.
     13
     14Hierarchy can contain groups and/or collections. Groups can contain other groups and/or collections.
     15The order they are listed is the order they will appear on the home page.
     16
     17Describe your groups in groupDescriptions element as shown in the example below.
     18Without a matching group element in groupDescriptions, a group mentioned in the hierarchy
     19will be invisible (but available).
     20
     21If a collection is not mentioned in the hierarchy or as part of a group it will be listed on the main
     22home page after the specified groups and collections.
     23-->
     24
     25<!-- this example puts a few Greenstone demo collections into some groups. The home page
     26will display the demo group plus any unlisted collections. The demo group home page will display its two subgroups;
     27their home pages will display their list of collections. -->
     28
     29<!--
    1430<groupConfig>
    15     <!--
    16     <hierarchy>
    17         <group name="group2">
    18             <collection name="solr-jdbm-demo" />
    19         </group>
    20         <group name="group1">
    21             <group name="group3">
    22                 <collection name="solr-jdbm-demo" />
    23                 <group name="group1">
    24                     <collection name="solr-jdbm-demo" />
    25                     <group name="group1">
    26                     </group>
    27                 </group>
    28             </group>
    29         </group>
    30         <collection name="lucene-jdbm-demo" />
    31     </hierarchy>
    32     <groupDescriptions>
    33         <group name="group1">
    34         </group>
    35         <group name="group2">
    36             <title>Group 2 title</title>
    37             <description>Second group full description example</description>
    38             <shortDescription>Second group short description example</shortDescription>
    39            
    40         </group>
    41         <group name="group3">
    42             <title>Group 3 title</title>
    43             <description>Group 3 full description example </description>
    44             <shortDescription>Group 3 short description example</shortDescription>
    45             <backgroundImage>/images/Group3.jpg</backgroundImage>
    46         </group>
    47     </groupDescriptions>
    48     -->
     31  <hierarchy>
     32    <group name="demo">
     33      <group name="standard">
     34    <collection name="solr-jdbm-demo" />
     35    <collection name="lucene-jdbm-demo" />
     36      </group>
     37      <group name="dec">
     38    <collection name="bibtex-e"/>
     39    <collection name="dls-e"/>
     40    <collection name="garish-e"/>
     41    <collection name="isis-e"/>
     42      </group>     
     43    </group>
     44  </hierarchy>
     45  <groupDescriptions>
     46    <group name="demo">
     47      <title>Demo Collections</title>
     48      <description>Collections for demonstration purposes, provided by the Greenstone project.</description>
     49      <shortDescription>Greenstone demonstration collections</shortDescription>
     50      <backgroundImage>/images/Group3.jpg</backgroundImage>
     51    </group>
     52    <group name="standard">
     53      <title>Standard Demos</title>
     54      <description>These collections are the standard demonstration collections that come with a Greenstone binary release.</description>
     55      <shortDescription>Demonstration collections that come with the Greenstone binary.</shortDescription>
     56    </group>
     57    <group name="dec">
     58      <title>Documented Example Collections</title>
     59      <description>These documented example collections describe how they are constructed on their about page. Useful for learning about different Greenstone features.</description>
     60      <shortDescription>Collections that describe how they were built.</shortDescription>
     61    </group>
     62  </groupDescriptions>
    4963</groupConfig>
     64    -->
     65
     66<!-- If you want to put your collections into a specific order, you can list them in the hierarchy. Any unmentioned collections will be listed at the end. -->
     67
     68<!--
     69<groupConfig>
     70  <hierarchy>
     71    <collection name="solr-jdbm-demo"/>
     72    <collection name="lucene-jdbm-demo"/>
     73    <collection name="paradise-gardens"/>
     74  </hierarchy>
     75</groupConfig>
     76-->
     77
     78<groupConfig>
     79</groupConfig>
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