[Isis-users] Larger database in ABCD

Egbert De Smet egbert.desmet at uantwerpen.be
Wed Jul 10 09:08:36 CEST 2019

In the file dr_path.def of the database concerned (in its 'base'  folder) put the line :


You will note that with ffi no 'incremental indexing' (one record by one) will be possible, nor word-proximity searching. Better to use bigisis but that only works in Linux at this time.

Egbert de Smet
Universiteit Antwerpen

From: isis-users <isis-users-bounces+egbert.desmet=ua.ac.be at iccisis.org> on behalf of Eustache Mêgnigbêto <eustache.megnigbeto at outlook.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 10, 2019 8:56 AM
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Subject: [Isis-users] Larger database in ABCD

Dear Egbert,

I downloaded some data from the web and converted them to a text delimited format, then I used the id2i utility to convert to a ISIS database. However, I noticed that the data were too large to be handled with the standard CISIS utilities. So I used the FFI version of id2i to convert and mx to read, etc.

Now, I would like to know how to manage such a database with ABCD since the standard ABCD could not do and since in the ABCD 2.0f version, the subfolder FFI in the cgi-bin sub folder contains the necessary files ? In other words, what changes should I do in the cgi-bin folder to be able to operate the database with ABCD ?

Many thank in advance.


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