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From "NicolaFischer (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (JSPWIKI-441) Show more details on search summary
Date Thu, 18 Dec 2008 12:48:44 GMT


NicolaFischer commented on JSPWIKI-441:

How about changing the layout of the Search result page completely?

1.The orange results quality bar is not accurate(44% is 3 times larger then 22 %).
2.The orange results quality bar takes a lot of spaces but it doesn´t give a lot of information
to the searching person.
3.Attachments are not shown with their page. The search result shows only the direct link.
So you can open the attachment. But it´s difficult to upload changes to the attachment for
unexperienced user because they don´t to which site the attachment belongs. (In comparison:
the recent changes plugin shows where the uploaded attachment belongs to.)
4.Wikipage content is shown in wikisyntax with all its !!!, ---, [] and so on. This is hardly
readable. Especially if you have strong formated pages. Only content information should be
shown (common with search engines).

I am using JSPWiki 2.6.3. If any of the points mentioned above is already fixed in later versions
please don´t mind it any further. ;-)

> Show more details on search summary
> -----------------------------------
>                 Key: JSPWIKI-441
>                 URL:
>             Project: JSPWiki
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Plugins
>    Affects Versions: 2.6.4
>         Environment: Weblog Plugin, LuceneSearchProvider
>            Reporter: Kurt Stein
>         Attachments: actual search results with blogentries.jpg, suggested search result
with headlines.jpg
> Hi,
> I have got a lot of blogs in my wiki. Each blog has numerous of blogentrys and each blogentry
has some content and sometimes an attachment. 
> If you use the Jspwiki search, the upcoming results get you frustrating. You see the
pagename like DailyBlog_blogentry_031207_1. 
> Well you can click the details-button but then you get the plain wiki-coded text. This
is hardly readable for normal users.
> I was thinking about catching the First Headline on a wikipage an add it to the search
results overview. Any other ideas?

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