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2012 Sep 29
Samba4 LDAP returns wrong responses in some cases, BIND-DLZ refuses to update
Hello. We have a couple of questions regarding Samba 4.1.0pre1-GIT-aad669b running on Gentoo GNU/Linux 1) Is MS 1.2.840.113556.1.4.1941 operator support implemented (planned to be implemented) in Samba 4 internal LDAP server? Please compare: $ ldapsearch -h -x -D ''CN=someadminuser,OU=Administrators,DC=klin,DC=kifato-mk,DC=com'' -b
2006 Apr 05
Pass paramter via form
Hi, I want to allow users ti search my blog. I have the following code below to initiate the form. <%= start_form_tag :action => ''search'', :search => search %> <p align =center><%= text_field ''search'', ''search'',"size" =>"20" %> <%= submit_tag ''Search''
2010 Dec 10
FTS and compound searches
Hello, New subscriber here. I noticed that the FTS index is not used in compound searches. Is this expected? Tested in 2.0.0 and 2.0.8: . search BODY "waldo" * SEARCH . OK Search completed (0.000 secs). . SEARCH CHARSET UTF-8 OR SUBJECT "waldo" FROM "waldo" * SEARCH . OK Search completed (1.768 secs). . SEARCH CHARSET UTF-8 OR SUBJECT "waldo" BODY
2006 Feb 11
Creating new object using params posted from form
Hi, I have a problem creating an new instance of an object using params posted from a form. The object being created is not a sub class of ActiveRecord and is very simple. It''s model file is just: class Search attr_accessor :major_build_id, :minor_build_id, :environment_id, :system_id end The controller creates an empty instance variable the first time the page is called, else
2012 Feb 21
Search of multiple columns
I am currently writing a search method for my rails applications and at the moment it works fine. I have the following in my game.rb: def if search find(:all, :conditions => [''game_name LIKE ? OR genre LIKE ? OR console LIKE ?'', "%#{search}%", "#{search}", "#{search}"]) else find(:all) end end No that searches
2006 Jan 28
how to pass search parameters to pagination links
I have a search page with a text_field as below <%= text_field ''program'', ''program_name'' %> After I perform the search in my controller I go to a search results view which shows search results and uses Rails pagination. Now how to pass the search paramters (i.e. params[:program][:program_name] in my controller) to the pagination links (next and
2008 Mar 01
Possible bug when creating a Ferret::Search::Sort object?
I may have run across a bug in Ferret: if throws a segmentation fault when I try to create a Sort object using the default fields (SCORE and DOC_ID), but setting reverse to true. Here''s the minimal example: #!/usr/bin/env ruby require ''rubygems'' require ''ferret'' [
2006 Jun 12
Doing a simple search from the database?
I realize thi may be more complex issue than can be asnwered in this post. But, what I need to do is create a simple query on my existing tables via a search form. I have half my app done (I can write all the info I want to my database), but pulling the data out dynamically is giving me trouble. I have both the "ruby for rails" book and the Agile Development book. They both give
2006 Jul 26
How to highlight the search term in the search result
In the ''basecamp'' product from 37signals if I search for ''ruby'' the I get a bunch of results. In the search result page the search term (ruby in this case) is highlighted. I was wondering how to accomplish the same. How to highlight the ''search term'' in the search result? Is there any already existing utility that I could use? Thanks.
2006 Jan 06
Help with TextSearch :all and MySQL
...' in Duane Johnson''s TextSearch work with MySQL (not sure if it works with other db''s). I realize that there are other search packages out there. But this particular solution best fits my small needs of searching a small database. I''ve gotten it to work when specifying the specific table column names: searches_on :title :address :foobar But due to the nature of my application which switches primary db tables based on user choice, I really need the dynamism of ''searches_on :all'...
2006 Jun 27
Using QueryParser vs building my own query
Hello all I finally caved in and decided I should build my own query instead of relying on QueryParser to do the job for me, but I''ve hit a strange problem.. Here''s how I build my query: #Main query query = #Build query to match types typesquery = @selected_types.each{|type| typesquery.add_query(
2005 Dec 11
LIKE SQL queries in rails
I''m trying to do something like: SELECT * FROM attachment WHERE filename LIKE ''%whatever%''; so my code is: @search = params[:search] @attachments = Attachment.find(:all, :conditions => ["filename LIKE ''%?%''", @search.to_s]) but that''s converting to: SELECT * FROM attachments WHERE (filename LIKE
2002 Nov 21
html Search Engine not working
Hi All, Just installed R on my powerbook G4 (Darwin; see more info below) but have trouble with the the Search Engine and Keywords html page after help.start() (with Mozilla 5.0). I''ve browsed the archives and have seen some references to similar problems, but can''t figure out how to fix it so that the search function works. When attempting to search for help using a
2006 Mar 13
Wilcard search
Hello, I''m writing a search function for my application, but I am unsure on how to search for all results that contain my search string; here''s what I''ve got: def search @products = Product.find(:all, :conditions => "date_available < now()", :conditions => [ "title ilike ?",
2009 Jul 30
How can I change member action names on routes?
I have some controllers with member/collection actions. I want to change the name of those actions on the routes, so I can translate the action "/search" to German, for example. How can I do it? I will appreciate any help. -- Posted via
2012 Apr 18
RoR - Search Forms with Checkboxes, display appropriate results
I have a form that allows me to search a hotel by city or name and by rating through radio buttons. It all works. However, my hotel model has_one :facility, this facility model is composed by several boolean fields (for example, roomservice:boolean restaurant:boolean and so on) The question is, I want to add checkbox fields for each facility I have and in the search form, when the user selects
2008 Aug 13
Search for (any of) multiple terms slow
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi, this may be an obvious logical problem I''m not aware of, which cannot be solved any more efficiently... but maybe it''s just a bug or there is potential for optimisation in Dovecot (or Thunderbird?). When searching for multiple terms at once ("any of") with Thunderbird/Dovecot (using FTS Squat indexes), it takes much longer (not double the time, or a bit more than that, but really much, much longer) than when I search for only one term. Here are some figures (the IMAP commands are shown as issu...
2018 Jan 19
how to search r-help?
I am new to this listand am unable to get the search tools listed on towork. What do people use to search the help archives? 1. The google search box on returns a 404 error. 2. The site has many references but I
2006 Sep 07
counting occurences of words in the result set
Hello, I need to be able to count the occurences of certain terms in the reults. Currently my setup is Ferret 0.10.1 aaf bleeding edge. results = VoObject.find_by_contents(query,:offset=>page, :limit=> 20,:sort => sort_fields) I use results.total_hits for pagination. This all works really nicely. However i need to be able to know how many occurences of certain predefined terms occur
2006 Aug 29
adding new items to index breaks searches with *
Hi after upgrading to ferret 0.10.1 and bleeding edge aaf i''m getting some strange behavior. Generally much better stability with new version of ferret but when i add new items for some reason i can no longer search with a *. Or rather i can but it returns no results and no errors. I can search and get results normally on other searches and when i rebuild the index i can search with