How to get the index file path in scrutmydocs?


(senthil kumar) #1

Hi

We have a requirement that we have index all the files present in a
specific folder recursively, how to obtain the absolute file path of the
file indexed using scrutmydocs?

Regards
Sentil

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(David Pilato) #2

Hi Sentil,

Basically, we need first to update FSRiver to support absolute path and then add it to scrutmydocs.
I thought an issue was opened on fsriver project but apparently not.

Ian Mayo opened an issue which might be relative to this on scrutmydocs: https://github.com/scrutmydocs/scrutmydocs/issues/55

Sadly, not enough time right now to look at this in details.

(Did I say: "contributions are welcomed?" :slight_smile: )

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Le 29 oct. 2013 à 17:58, senthil kumar senthinil@gmail.com a écrit :

Hi

We have a requirement that we have index all the files present in a specific folder recursively, how to obtain the absolute file path of the file indexed using scrutmydocs?

Regards
Sentil

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