Geoff Hutchison (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 30 Apr 1999 15:04:49 -0400 (EDT)
On Fri, 30 Apr 1999, Budd, S. wrote:
> to be able to find all pages which reference a particular url
> i.e.. the URL in a href should be a index term of that page
> and the search would be something like URL: http//fred/mary.html
> returning all pages which reference fred/mary.html
> Very good for web administrators.
Yes, and the database side of it isn't too hard--instead of keeping a
backlink count, we keep a list of backlinks (as DocIDs).
Also, are there fields in the DocumentRef that we might want to remove?
I have to check up on DocAccessed, and I don't think DocImageSize is fully
used. Descriptions are useful from a search precision standpoint, but do
we want to store them all (how many people use the $DESCRIPTION variable)?
I guess my point is that we probably want to add a field or two to that
list. While we're at it we might want to consider if there's a field we
might want to remove.
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