No, you have to specify all files by hand. This is important because some
information are unknown (like the file's metadata schema and source) and
because the harvesting is periodic so the full list of files helps geonetwork
to keep track of what is changed.
> I found the solution with the use of the service harvest (and not synchro)
> <schedule name="geonetwork harvest" class=".schedules.MetadataHarvest"
> when="30 sec">
> <param name="configFile" value="C:\Program
> I configured the harvesting-config.xml but I must specify the name of each
> file harvested.
> Is it possible to harvest all files in a specific directory (<baseUrl>)
> without knowing the name of the files?
> Thanks for your help.
A full list of features is available from the release notes. These
can be found in the software folder and go with each release. A more
elaborate list could in fact be developed with more background in
the documentation center and your contributions are very welcome there!
On Mar 2, 2006, at 7:29 AM, Sean Khan wrote:
> Hi All,
> Been snooping around the GeoNetwork OpenSource help desk looking for
> information regarding functionality of the latest version of
> Opernsource (desktop/server).
> Does anyone have this documented ?
> Is there a plan for documenting this product ? We are happy to help.