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[EP-tech] Re: Advanced Search by date



Ah, if they aren't in the table, then they haven't been indexed.  Choose an item that isn't ordering correctly, find its ID, then run:

epadmin reindex *repository_id* eprint *eprint_id*

...and see if it sorts itself out.  Note that this queues it on the indexer rather than doing the work, so check whether the indexer is running (the 'status' button on the 'system toos' tab of the 'Admin' screen [though if your interface is in French, this might vary]).  On the status page, you should see the number of index tasks decreasing.

If running that command sorts out that item, then run it again, but without the ID at the end.  This will index all items, and might take a while, but it shouldn't be too long, as you only have 2572 eprints.

Let me know how it goes.

--
Adam Field
Business Relationship Manager and Community Lead
EPrints Services
+44 (0)23 8059 8814





On 17 Sep 2015, at 14:36, J?r?my RAINGEARD wrote:

> Hi Adam and thank you.
> 
> You can find our repository at this address - some thesis are public, 
> some not : http://thesesups.ups-tlse.fr/
> Just choose a subject for example and let the last option as it is 
> ("trier les r?sultats").
> 
> Now, this is the advanced search aprt of my search.pl file - hope it's 
> what you need :
> 
> $c->{search}->{advanced} =
> {
>     search_fields => [
>         { meta_fields => [ $EPrints::Utils::FULLTEXT ] },
>         { meta_fields => [ "title" ] },
>         { meta_fields => [ "creators_name" ] },
>         { meta_fields => [ "dircreators_name" ] },
>         { meta_fields => [ "abstract" ] },
>         { meta_fields => [ "keywords" ] },
>         { meta_fields => [ "subjects" ] },
>         #{ meta_fields => [ "type" ] },
>         { meta_fields => [ "divisions" ] },
>         { meta_fields => [ "department" ] },
> 
>         #{ meta_fields => [ "ispublished" ] },
>         #{ meta_fields => [ "refereed" ] },
>         #{ meta_fields => [ "publication" ] },
>         { meta_fields => [ "date" ] },
>     ],
>     preamble_phrase => "cgi/advsearch:preamble",
>     title_phrase => "cgi/advsearch:adv_search",
>     citation => "result",
>     page_size => 20,
>     order_methods => {
> 
>         "byyear"      => "-date/creators_name/title",
> 
>         "byyearoldest"     => "date/creators_name/title",
>         "byname"       => "creators_name/-date/title",
>         "bytitle"      => "title/creators_name/-date"
>     },
>     default_order => "byyear",
> };
> 
> If necessary, I can add more content of this file or give you more details.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> J?r?my
> 
> 
> 
> Le 17/09/2015 14:21, Field A.N. a ?crit :
>> Hi J?r?my
>> 
>> 	Firstly, welcome to the community.  I so happy that you've been able to work through most of your problems using our documentation, and in only two weeks!
>> 
>> 	Is your repository publicly visible?  Can you give me its address so that I can have a play?  Also, please post your advanced search configuration.
>> 
>> 	Best WIshes
>> 
>> --
>> Adam Field
>> Business Relationship Manager and Community Lead
>> EPrints Services
>> +44 (0)23 8059 8814
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> On 17 Sep 2015, at 09:18, J?r?my RAINGEARD wrote:
>> 
>>> Hello,
>>> 
>>> My university asked me to help them with some eprints problems - I
>>> didn't even know what eprints was - in only 2 weeks. I managed to
>>> correct all problems thanks to your documentation, but I'm stuck with
>>> the last problem and I have no error message to help me to resolve it.
>>> 
>>> First, when we used our advanced search and sorted results by date, it
>>> only sorted it by author name even if we had a date > author > title
>>> sorting.  Now, I manage to sort it by date, but only from 2010 to 2015.
>>> Before - probably an upgrade of eprints they told me - it's sometimes in
>>> the right order, but sometimes not and, in this case, the order is by
>>> the author name.
>>> 
>>> I don't know how to reorder the wrong ones. I checked my tables and saw
>>> an "eprints__order_values_fr" - we don't use it's EN version. I don't
>>> know if the problem is there but when thesis are in the good order, they
>>> appear in this table and when they're in the wrong order, they're not in
>>> it.
>>> 
>>> Could you please tell me how to correct this wrong behavior please ?
>>> Thank you.
>>> 
>>> J?r?my
>>> 
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