We're trying to get the OCLC implementation of SRU working with the latests Snapshot of DSpace and are encountering two issues.
1.) a stack trace issue when browsing (ArrayIndexOutOfBounds exception), it appears related to the number of terms returned
Some browse lists work, but when navigating to results none are shown.
I suspect something is miss-matched between my Lucene indices and the SRU configuration.
2.) When searching no results are ever returned even though I know there are records in dspace for them.
I've reindexed DSpace and am using the new
search.index.1 = author:dc.contributor.*
search.index.2 = author:dc.creator.*
search.index.3 = title:dc.title.*
search.index.4 = keyword:dc.subject.*
search.index.5 = abstract:dc.description.abstract
search.index.6 = author:dc.description.statementofresponsibility
search.index.7 = series:dc.relation.ispartofseries
search.index.8 = abstract:dc.description.tableofcontents
search.index.9 = mime:dc.format.mimetype
search.index.10 = sponsor:dc.description.sponsorship
search.index.11 = identifier:dc.identifier.*
search.index.12 = language:dc.language.iso
This format has changed to include "dc." qualifier since what was in 1.3.2
search.index.1 = author:contributor.*
search.index.2 = author:creator.*
search.index.3 = title:title.*
search.index.4 = keyword:subject.*
search.index.5 = abstract:description.abstract
search.index.6 = author:description.statementofresponsibility
search.index.7 = series:relation.ispartofseries
search.index.8 = abstract:description.tableofcontents
search.index.9 = mime:format.mimetype
search.index.10 = sponsor:description.sponsorship
search.index.11 = id:identifier.*
Could this be effecting my SRW installation, or is there something more obvious.
Mark R. Diggory
DSpace Systems Manager
MIT Libraries, Systems and Technology Services
Massachusetts Institute of Technology