NOTE: The input fields defined here are not related the output fields for customized output variable substitution. Those are more flexible and can use any regular expression matching.
Required versions: Webglimpse 1.7.5 or above, and Glimpse 4.12.6 or above.
Summary: Field-based searching will allow you to make a query such as
subject=Thingswhen you have defined "subject" as a field, and you have indexed a file containing the line.
Example: Search for "subject=Things" at the page
*** You must check the box for Use Filters. Note, you can also do combination searches, such as
subject=Things;New TestThis will search for all files containing the text "New Test" and the line "subject: Things". The allowed # of spelling errors and partial match criteria apply only to the field value "Things", not to the field name.
Directions to Use:
./configure --enable-structured-queries make clean make make install
If upgrading from a version prior to 1.7.5, for 1.X run confarc to configure (or re-configure) an archive. This should copy over the new distribution files, including .wginputfields. For 2.X press the 'Save Changes' button in the manage archive screen.
fieldName: fieldValuewhere "fieldName" is at the very beginning of the line.
*.EXT /WEBGLIMPSE_HOME/lib/parsefields.pl <Where "EXT" is the real extension on the files to be indexed this way, and "WEBGLIMPSE_HOME" is the real path on your system to the Webglimpse home directory.
Let me know if you try it, have problems, or how it works for you. Thanks!