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From "Dirk Frederickx" <dirk.frederi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: question on FindContent.jsp
Date Mon, 29 Oct 2007 14:03:29 GMT
Murray,

Have a look in jspwiki-common.js, SearchBox, onPageLoadFullSearch()
and runfullsearch().
The regular expressions should contain all supported key words.


dirk

On 10/29/07, Murray Altheim <murray07@altheim.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've made some modifications to FindContent.jsp to include another JSP
> called FindOptions.jsp, which adds more options to the drop-down menu,
> in particular:
>
>    _Lucene field_     _menu command_
>     DC.title:          Title
>     DC.creator:        Creator
>     DC.contributor:    Contributor
>     DC.subject:        Keywords
>     DC.description:    Description
>     DCTERMS.abstract:  Abstract
>
> Things seem to work just fine, except that if there is content in the
> input text field the behaviour is not quite right. For example, if I
> enter "Snyder" in the search box and then select "Author" from the
> menu, the contents change to
>
>     author:Snyder
>
> and if I select another of the existing menu items (that are part of
> the default FindContent.jsp) the "author:" is correctly removed and
> the new menu selection prepended, e.g., "author:Syncer" becomes
> "name:Snyder". But if I start with one of the new items and then
> select another of the new menu items the text field isn't correctly
> cleared and I end up with, e.g., "DC.subject:DC.creator:Snyder". I'm
> guessing this *may* have something to do with the '.' character in
> the field name (?), dunno.
>
> How does one clear that field? I can't seem to find the code that
> does that?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Murray
>
> ----
> PS, this functionality basically permits (via an extension of the
> form plugin) entry of bibliographic records which can then be
> searched on using Dublin Core fields (as above). It's been trickier
> than I'd thought but it's tentatively working... a wiki as a digital
> library catalog.
> ...........................................................................
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> http://www.altheim.com/murray/                                     = =  ===
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