Torsten Neuer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 1 May 1999 14:33:04 +0200
According to Steve Chadsey:
>I have installed and configured ht://Dig with no problems, except for
>the following logistical one. I have a site in which any given
>web-authenticated user has access to certain documents. Some users have
>permission to view some documents, some all, some no docs at all.
>When htsearch is run, it returns all possible documents, whether the
>user can access them or not. Is there any way to tell htsearch to only
>look at certain documents out of the whole, in searching? How have
>other people tackled this?
>One solution is for me to use one of the contrib/ scripts to parse the
>output from htsearch, but that would be a pain.
Instead of parsing the output, generate a dynamic search frontend using
the user's id to create hidden "restrict" and/or "exclude" input fields
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