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Re^2: Perl front end for mnoGoSearch available?

by sutch (Curate)
on Jan 12, 2005 at 21:26 UTC ( #421784=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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in thread Perl front end for mnoGoSearch available?

Thanks for the response.

What you found is a Perl front end, but was written for the 3.1.x version of mnoGoSearch (udmSearch). It performs SQL selects on mnoGo's database to obtain search results. The PHP front end, as well as the older Perl front end that I referenced, used mnoGo's libraries to obtain search results. I believe that to create a Perl module to function like this would require the use of h2xs and some knowledge of C.

Maybe I need to learn h2xs and develop a new Perl module if there isn't one available. The other option is to update the front end that you pointed me to by modifying the SQL to use the new mnoGo table structure.

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Discipulus manual work: i just tell the same to my boss: every time the quick solution is to assign some manual data entry task to my group.. because we have not direct access to many databases here..
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[Corion]: Discipulus: Well, in many cases it doesn't make sense to build an interface and complicated program just to enter 20 rows into a database ;) But yes, automating data imports should pay off in the long run
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