Subject: [htdig] SQL handling start_url
From: Curtis Ireland (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Dec 06 2000 - 13:16:42 PST
I have an SQL database table of links I wish to present someone visiting
my site. However, I would like to make these links searchable from my
site. Normally, if these links were static, I would just list them in
the htdig.conf file.
Is there any way to have start_url get its list from an SQL back-end?
Has anyone already built a patch to handle this?
Here are a couple of solutions I can think of to bi-pass the problem,
but I'm sure I'm not alone in desiring this feature.
1) Build a PHP link built with links to all the sites we want to index.
Have htDig use this as its start_url
2) Before htDig starts its database build, dump all the links to a text
file and have the htdig.conf include this file
The one problem with these two solutions is how would the limit_urls_to
variable work? I want to make sure the links are properly indexed
without going past the linked site.
Just something for everyone to wrap your heads around.
-- Curtis Ireland - firstname.lastname@example.org Solidum Systems - http://www.solidum.com (T) (613)724-6004 x284 - (F) (613)724-6008
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