From: Dominique FourtuneSent: Thursday, December 18, 2003 5:19 PMSubject: [htdig] "deleted no excerpts " with pdf filesHello everybody, I need help
I'm using htdig 3.1.6, to parse html pages created by Apache mod-autoindex
I can't merge pdf files, I get always error message " Deleted no excerpts"
I'm using doc2html.pl, it is OK for .doc files, but not for pdf files
pdf2html.pl on command line parses pdf files and creates html files
I found this old post :
I think the first reason is the good one (I have no robots), but I need help to go further : what is a noindex directive ?
According to Paul COURBIS:
> When I run htmerge, I get a lot of messages :
> Deleted, no excerpt: xxx/http...
> What does it mean ? Why does htmerge suppress so many documents from the
> database ? As far as I understand english it seems that it means that
> there's no keyword for these pages, despite the fact that when I connect
> to it there's a lot of text...
The most common causes of this are:You'd need to correlate the htmerge -v output back to the htdig -v (or -vv)
- a noindex directive somewhere in the document
- the document was disallowed by robots.txt
- the server_max_docs limit was reached before this document could be parsed
output to see which of these conditions occurred.
Thanks a lot-- Dominique FOURTUNE - ADEME Département MDE 05 55 10 27 49 - firstname.lastname@example.org Les ordinateurs marchent très bien sans Microsoft, et pour moins cher : passez à Linux !