Perlfect Solutions

[Perlfect-search] Error within page or script on
Thu, 2 May 2002 10:05:34 +0100
Progress report.

The following comment on another thread [Problems with PerlFect 
Search 3.30 - Linda Antonsson] allowed me to see the error.

> Or remove the comment sign from this line in
> #use CGI::Carp qw(fatalsToBrowser);

This revealed that the subdirectory 'perlfect' required to be named 
'Perlfect', also the file within was '' and the script 
required it to be named ''.

I never use uppercase letters, the ftp program is set to automatically 
correct filenames to lower case. This is because Windows and/or 
graphics progs or front page sometime save with uppercase letters 
(one prog always makes the extender uppercase) and sometimes I 
do not notice.

However search now works (it shows a nil return).


Further tests:

Indexer is playing up - it completes it's index run and shows on the 
browser dialogue that is has created temp files - then renamed the 
temp files.
At no time does it show an error.

However the data directory only contains content_tmp, dates_tmp, 
desc_tmp, df, docs_tmp, inv_index_tmp, sizes_tmp, terms_tmp, tf, 
titles_tmp, urls_tmp.

Also the contents are not the same as when I first ran the indexer.
I deleted the files and the directory and started again with a new 
directory - still the same. Naturally the returns the error  
'Cannot open data/inv_index: No such file or directory'.

One step forward and two backwards. 

73 De Bob
Technical Manager & Webmaster for the
Royal Air Force Amateur Radio Society.
Located: Tylers Green, Bucks.  IARU:IO91PP62  WAB:SU99

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