[Names] # Meta tag property added supertitle (DBTYPE_WSTR) = d1b5d3f0-c0b3-11cf-9a92-00a0c908dbf1 supertitle # # This is the query file for the query.htm query form. # [Query] # The CiCatalog variable must point to where the catalog (index) files # are stored on your system. You will probably have to change this # value. If this value is not specified, a default value is read from # the registry from: # HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\ContentIndex\IsapiDefaultCatalogDirectory CiCatalog=d:\users\support\IndexServer # These are the columns that are referenced in the .htx files # when formatting output for each hit. CiColumns=filename,size,rank,characterization,vpath,DocTitle,write,supertitle # Do a recursive search (ie all directories under CiScope). # The opposite is SHALLOW CiFlags=DEEP # The CiRestriction is the query. Here, it's just pass in from the # form in the .htm file. CiRestriction=%CiRestriction% # Don't allow more than 300 total hits in the result set. It can be # expensive for the server to allow this value to get too large. CiMaxRecordsInResultSet=300 # Display CiMaxRecordsPerPage hits on each page of output CiMaxRecordsPerPage=%CiMaxRecordsPerPage% # CiScope is the directory (virtual or real) under which results are # returned. If a file matches the query but is not in a directory beneath # CiScope, it is not returned in the result set. # A scope of / means all hits matching the query are returned. CiScope=%CiScope% # This is the .htx file to use for formatting the results of the query. CiTemplate=/search/%TemplateName%.htx # This is the list of property names to use in sorting the results. # Append [a] or [d] to the property name to specify ascending or # descending. Separate keys in multi-key sorts with commas. # For example, to sort on file write date ascending, then file size # descending, use CiSort=write[a],filesize[d] CiSort=%CiSort% # Setting CiForceUseCi to true means that the index is assumed to be # up to date, so queries that might otherwise force a walk of the # directory structure (find files older than X), will instead use # the index and run more quickly. Of course, that means that the results # might miss files that match the query. CiForceUseCi=true # # Setting CiLocale allows the web master to override the locale sent from # the browser. Supported locals include (from ISO 639:1988 language codes # and ISO 3166 country codes): # # BG Bulgarian # ZH Chinese # ZH-CN Chinese/china # ZH-TW Chinese/taiwan # HR Croatian # CS Czech # DA Danish # NL Dutch # EN English # EN-GB English-United kingdom # EN-US English-United States # FI Finnish # FR French # FR-CA French-Canadian # FR-FR French-France # DE German # EL Greek # IS Icelandic # IT Italian # JA Japanese # KO Korean # NO Norwegian # PL Polish # PT Portuguese # PT-BR Portuguese-Brazil # RO Romanian # RU Russian # SK Slovak # SL Slovenian # ES Spanish # ES-ES Spanish-Spain # SV Swedish # TR Turkish # # The locale effects the formatting of dates, times, and numbers. Currency # is formatted according to the locale of the web server. Locale is also # used to select the word breaker, and the stop word list. # # The web master may want to allow the browser to send the locale when # attempting to query for text in variety of languages. For example, # given a single HTML page, one query couold be for German text (CiLocale=De) # and another could be for Spanish text (CiLocale=Es). If CiLocale is # not found in the IDQ file the locale send by the web browser is used. If # no locale is send from the browser, the locale of the web server is used. # # The web browser sends its locale via the HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE parameter # #CiLocale=En-US <== specified by the web master #CiLocale=%CiLocale% <== send from the HTML page #CiLocale= <== value used from the web browser