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Last post Jul 26, 2006 04:14 PM by baycom
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the fastest way to get support is to open a support ticket on snowcovered, or to contact xepient solutions directly.
Here is what could be happening as far as getting results from public web sites: If youu have links on your DNN site for which you are keeping track how many times they are being clicked, DNN will generate an href tag that points to your owns site first
and a linkclick parameter.... something like:
http://www.yourdnnsite.com?linkclick=http://www.externalsite.com. The spider will check the base url and see that it corresponds to your own site (same base uri) and as a result follow it, however DNN will redirect to the external site. This will only
happen once per link. Once on the external site the spider will not follow any other external link, since it will recognize that the url is no longer equal the base uri settings.
if not all of your content on the DNN site is being indexed, it is because the spiders is not finding all of the links to your content. In the setup instructions that came with Open-searchengine, there is a tip related to the solpart menu and the way it
behaves with crawlers (alll crawlers once it recognizes them as such). If you were to add the suggested entries to the web.config, you will see dramatic improvements to the number of crawled pages. Please be aware that what is being indexed now, is probably
the same amount of information that is being indexed by other crawlers like Google, since Open-SearchEngine has the same Header entries as Google.
Hope this heps.
Nov 09, 2005 10:36 AM|LINK
Jul 26, 2006 04:14 PM|LINK
for those that have been following this thread, asking about PDF indexing capabilities,
I would like to announce that we finally have implemented this capability.
As a result, Open-SearchEngine is now capable of indexing regular HTML content, as well as MSOffice documents and PDF documents.
More information on our site:
or on SnowCovered: