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HPE IDOL Server can categorize documents or alert users to new content that matches their agents before it indexes the documents. This process includes matching against AgentBoolean rules.
You can configure your pre-indexing tasks to send the percent-encoded IDX or XML document as query text, with the
TextParse action parameter set to
When you use an IDX or an XML document as query text, you must configure as
TextParseIndexType all the fields that you use to match agents and categories.
HPE IDOL Server stores agents and categories in the Agentstore component. The Agentstore component has its own configuration file, which by default is stored in the following location:
Open the IDX or XML document that you want to match against the AgentBoolean categories in a text editor.
Decide which fields in the document contains the content that you want to match against the AgentBoolean categories (for example, the
DRECONTENT and the
Open the Agentstore configuration file in a text editor.
[FieldProcessing] section, add a new process to the list of processes. This process identifies the fields in the IDX or XML document that you want to match against the AgentBoolean categories. For example:
[FieldProcessing] 0=SetIndexFields ... 15=SetAgentBooleanFields
Create a new section for the process that you added. In this section, create a property for the process (you define the property later, by setting one or more applicable configuration parameters). Set
PropertyFieldCSVs to a list of fields to associate with the process. If you are not sure which fields to use, type */* to use all fields. For example:
[SetAgentBooleanFields] Property=AgentBooleanFields PropertyFieldCSVs=*/DRECONTENT,*DRETITLE
Create a new section for the property that you added, in which you set
True. This property indicates that HPE IDOL Server must use the associated fields as query text in TextParse queries. For example:
Save and close the configuration file. Restart HPE IDOL Server for your changes to take effect.