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Error message frm indexer

Unread postby Simon_Dismore » Tue Jul 23, 2019 9:22 am

Hi, I had this message today generating WebHelp on a two-topic hmxz with no skin:

Generating Full-text Search Index...
Wrensoft Zoom Search Engine [Core Engine] Version 7.0.1022b (Build: Custom for EC Software)
Core Engine: Version 7.0.1022b (Build: Custom for EC Software) on Windows 8 [Professional Edition]
Core engine IPC ready.
Start indexing (offline mode) at Tue Jul 23 10:19:00 2019
The maximum number of files to be indexed has been reached
You will need to adjust the limits in Indexer Configuration to index a bigger site
INDEX SUMMARY
Files indexed: 6
Files skipped: 14
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Re: Error message frm indexer

Unread postby Tim Green » Tue Jul 23, 2019 10:04 am

Hi Simon,

Check if you were publishing to a non-empty folder. 8)
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Re: Error message frm indexer

Unread postby Simon_Dismore » Tue Jul 23, 2019 10:14 am

Tim Green wrote:Hi Simon, Check if you were publishing to a non-empty folder. 8)

That was it. I use hmxz so rarely I forgot...
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Re: Error message frm indexer

Unread postby Tim Green » Tue Jul 23, 2019 11:49 am

This is an error that occurs when the the folder you are exporting to contains a deeper structure with lots of files that Zoom could theoretically index, but then doesn't, resulting in the odd message about a very small number of files actually indexed combined with the confusing statement that the limit has been reached. This is only the second time I've ever seen this and I wasn't able to get any further information from the first customer. Do you have details of the type and number of files in the folder you were using? That would be quite helpful. :)
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