|Steve||07/04/2004 12:39 am|
I want to download a book from www.mdconsult.com
I am sending you an email regarding that as i can`t tell you the username and password publicly
please help fast
|Oleg Chernavin||07/04/2004 04:37 pm|
|Yes, I hope to receive your E-mail from our support department soon.
|Steve||07/08/2004 08:17 am|
I have been waiting for your mail, but no response :-(
Can`t I mail you directly
please tell me your email
|Steve||07/08/2004 08:36 am|
The book is important for me
I think i am willing to risk my password
Username : xxxxxxxxxxx
Password : xxxxxxxxxxx
The url : http://home.mdconsult.com/das/book/38899198-2/view/893
I want to download only this book (Goldberger: Clinical Electrocardiography: A Simplified Approach)
It`s contents are given on the left hand side. Possibly all its files are in folder name <893>
I have tried to login from internal browser and press control + alt for adding project, ignore logoff, include only directory 893, but all has failed. So kindly tell me inn detail how should i go about this one.
|Oleg Chernavin||07/08/2004 01:27 pm|
|Thank you. I erased the username and password from the forum and I will work on it soon.
|Steve||07/09/2004 10:22 am|
please help fast
sorry for being pushy, but it`s kinda urgent
|Oleg Chernavin||07/09/2004 01:14 pm|
|Sorry for the delay. There is a quick way to load the book. All URLs in its pages have 893 number. So, create a new Project with the URL:
Uncheck Level box, go to URL Filters | Filename, select Custom Configuration and add the following two keywords to the Included keywords list:
Click OK button to save the Project. Then browse to the site logon page in the Internal Browser and logon there. Then start loading the Project.
|Defenestration||07/11/2004 07:07 pm|
|After this reply, I`m confused about filters.
I thought a URL was split up into four segments (Protocol, Server, Directory and File). Then you add filter keywords to the appropriate URL Section you want to filter on.
Surely if you added the following keywords
to the included filename keyowrd list, there should be no match because the keyword includes a Protocol part (http://), a Server part (*), a Directory part (/*/ and /*/893/*/) and a File part (*893* and *).
How exactly are the four filters matched against the URL ? Are they matched against the whole URL or its component part ?
|Oleg Chernavin||07/12/2004 04:34 am|
|These keywords will be checked against the whole URL, because they start with http://. The first will allow filenames with 893 from any server and any directory. The second - any file from any site and all directories which have 893.
|Defenestration||07/22/2004 10:13 am|
|So, if a keyword has "http://" at the beginning it will always be matched against the whole URL no matter what URL Filter section it is in ? or is this only the case for Filename keyword fillters ?
Otherwise the keyword will only be matched against its component part ?
Are my deductions correct Oleg ?
|Oleg Chernavin||07/22/2004 10:21 am|
|URL Filters section (Skip the following ....) compares full URLs only. It doesn`t support keywords. It was added to disable Map URLs easily.
Directory and Filename sections support both http://... and simple keywords. Simple keywords are checked against the section part only. http:// are checked against the whole URL for Filename and server/dir parts for Directory.
|Defenestration||07/22/2004 10:37 am|
Thanks for the very prompt reply!
|Oleg Chernavin||07/22/2004 11:00 am|
|I am glad to help!
|08/05/2004 02:21 pm|
|> URL Filters section (Skip the following ....) compares full URLs only. It doesn`t support keywords. It was added to disable Map URLs easily.
How about putting some lines as above in the Help file? Currently the Help Button in the "URL Filters" Dialog Box isn`t linked to anything in the Help file.
|Oleg Chernavin||08/06/2004 01:38 am|
|Thank you! I will add the new Help chapter soon.