Ploblem whith Url filter directory Include/Exclude Keywords

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Jose L 08/23/2005 10:20 am
Hello.I?m using oee v3.9.2088.The problem is whith url filter directory include/exclude keyword.
I ?m downloading a site that has various directorys with the same name but in diferent level.I only want to download only one of this directorys,but if I include the directory name in "include keyword",oee download all directorys with the same name,and if I exclude the directory name in "exclude keyword" oee don?t download any directory whith this name.
Other thing.I want to download two directorys that has similary name:one named "elearning" and "E-Learning".I want download the second one.In url filter directory I exclude the "elearning" keyword and Include "E-Learning" keyword but the files in E-Learning Directory are not downloaded.
The Log windows said:"Rejected URL (URL Filters | Directory | Excluded files keywords): http://www.cisco.com/E-Learning/cmn/vod4e/public/anduncan_1_22_2002_13_25_50/index.htm" but I include the Keyword "E-Learning" to download it.Can you help me?
Oleg Chernavin 08/24/2005 03:13 am
This is simple to do. In the first case, simply use Include list and the directory:

^/somedir/otherdir/$

The above should be exactly full path you want to download from. Symbols ^ and $ indicate that the path in the URL should begin and end this way.

Regarding the second case - simply clear the Exclude list - Offline Explorer will load only E-learning directories.

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MP Staff
Jose L 08/24/2005 10:08 am
> This is simple to do. In the first case, simply use Include list and the directory:
>
> ^/somedir/otherdir/$
>
> The above should be exactly full path you want to download from. Symbols ^ and $ indicate that the path in the URL should begin and end this way.
>
> Regarding the second case - simply clear the Exclude list - Offline Explorer will load only E-learning directories.
>
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff

The problem is that I include a directory named "US" and "elarning" directory is in it.
In the example that you post I have to put the complete url?Can I do It whith my example (E-Learning and elearning directory)?The url for the first is "http://www.cisco.com/e-learning/...."
and second "http://www.cisco.com/en/US/learning/..."What part of the Url I have to use?


Oleg Chernavin 08/24/2005 10:32 am
The first keyword would be:

^/e-learning/

This means to load from that directory and below. If there will be a URL like http://www.cisco.com/somedir/e-learning/, it will be skipped.

What about the following in the second case:

/US/learning/

?

Oleg.
Arturo 11/05/2014 11:20 am
Dear,
I have this problem, I would like filter all url containing "?add2favs=XXXXX":

http://www.mysite.com/detailsrtre/details_80720.html?add2favs=80720
http://www.mysite.com/detailtrr33/details_812350.html?add2favs=812350
http://www.mysite.com/detail343322/details_81254.html?add2favs=81254
http://www.mysite.com/detailhgds/details_885954.html?add2favs=885954
and more...

i have write this filter: ^*/details_*.html?add2favs=[0-9]$ but don't work! What is a correct solution?



Thanks!
Oleg Chernavin 11/05/2014 11:21 am
You may simply use:

details_*.html?add2favs=[0-9]*

Oleg.