DeleteStringCheck

Use this parameter to specify a bit-wise mask number used to determine which pages to delete from IDOL server. Enter a bit-wise mask number specifying where strings (defined in the parameter DeleteStringCSVs) must appear for a page to be deleted. You can create the number by adding together some of the following numbers as appropriate:

Page header: 4 If you enter 4, the connector determines whether the HTML <HEAD> tag of a page contains any of the strings specified in the parameter DeleteStringCSVs. If the header contains any of these strings, the page is deleted from IDOL server.
Page content: 8 If you enter 8, the connector checks whether the content of a page contains any of the strings specified in the parameter DeleteStringCSVs. If the content contains any of these strings, the page is deleted from IDOL server.
Case insensitive: 64

If you add 64 to the DeleteStringCheck value, the connector checks the appropriate page parts for a case-insensitive match for any of the strings specified in the parameter DeleteStringCSVs. If the connector finds any of these strings, the page is deleted from IDOL server.

Note that if you specify 64, you must also specify another value to indicate which part of the page the connector should check for the DeleteStringCSVs strings.

Before download: 128 If you add 128 to the DateCheck value, the connector checks the URL to determine whether the date for the page is in the range specified by the parameters BeforeDate and AfterDate. If a page's date is not in this range, the connector does not download the page.
Spider check cache URL: 256

If you enter 256 to the DateCheck value, the connector checks the appropriate page parts for any of the date formats specified in the parameter DateFormats, and discards any page that does not contain one of the specified formats.

Note that if you specify 256, you must also define another value to specify which parts of the page the connector should check for the DateFormats strings.

If you enter 0, the connector does not check for DeleteStringCSVs.

In the example below, the connector checks the content of pages for case-insensitive matches for the strings you specified in the parameter DeleteStringCSVs. If the content of a page contains any of these strings, the page is deleted from IDOL server.

Type: Long
Default: 0
Required: No
Configuration Section: TaskName or Default
Example: DeleteStringCheck=72
See Also: DeleteStringCSVs

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