We are trying to test filtering for a PPT document using ctxhx via command line. Here is what I am running on 64-bit Linux:
ctxhx /mnt/FileLibrary1/IndexTest.ppt /home/eteam01/x ascii utf8 H Meta 60 Fixed Format PDFRotate
In this example, mnt/FileLibrary1 is our mount where the test document IndexTest.ppt can be found. Document definitely exists. I would expect to find a x.html document sitting in /home/eteam01 directory but there is no document, no errors, etc.
Any idea what could be going on?
A prompt resonse would be greatly appreciated.
That looks correct. Does it work for other file types? Try an HTML file or a plain text file.
You could also try running the command under "strace" to see if there are any libraries it is failing to load.
The "No such file or directory" errors are all from libraries, and in each case it's trying multiple locations and finding the library on the final attempt - which is what you would expect.
Oddly, I can't see it trying to open "dienhart.txt" or "output.htm" anywhere, so it looks like it's failing without even trying to read an input file.
What are you trying to debug here? Does filtering not work at all in SES?
It might be that you need ORACLE_HOME and/or LD_LIBRARY_PATH set in the environment for it to work.
Thanks Roger for the prompt response. Filtering does work except to certain PPT documents. Stefan suggested I try and run this script to see what the error would be. Team is working on a patch now for it.
Will forward you the email thread separately.