scrollkeeper, scrollkeeper.conf, scrollkeeper-get-cl, scrollkeeper-get-content-list, scrollkeeper-get-extended-content-list, scrollkeeper-get-index-from-docpath, scrollkeeper-get-toc-from-docpath, scrollkeeper-get-toc-from-id, scrollkeeper-install, scrollkeeper-rebuilddb, scrollkeeper-uninstall, scrollkeeper-update - manage document metadata
scrollkeeper-get-cl [-v] locale file
scrollkeeper-install [-p path] [-q] [-v] [-n] omf-file
scrollkeeper-rebuilddb [-p path] [-q] [-v] [-o path]
scrollkeeper-uninstall [-p path] [-q] [-v] omf-file
scrollkeeper-update [-p path] [-q] [-v] [-n] [-o path]
These commands have been obsoleted by its equivalences in Rarian, see rarian-sk(1) which maintains backwards compatibility by creating symbolic links between rarians commands and scrollkeepers names.
scrollkeeper manages document metadata and keeps track of various document attributes such as language, format, subject, classification, copyright, and so on. scrollkeeper supports OMF (Open Metadata Format), which is a simple 16-element XML file format. OMF is a subset of the Dublin Core metadata specification developed by the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative. Currently, scrollkeeper can extract table of contents and index information only from DocBook documents.
The following commands are supported:
Exports the scrollkeeper contents list for the specified locale and the specified contents file into a temporary file, and displays the name of the temporary file.
Exports the scrollkeeper contents list for the specified locale into a temporary file, and displays the name of the temporary file.
Exports the scrollkeeper extended contents list for the specified locale into a temporary file, and displays the name of the temporary file. The extended contents list contains both the document tree and the table of contents for each document.
Displays the path to the file containing the table of contents of a document registered in the OMF database. Otherwise, displays a message to indicate that the requested document is not installed.
Displays the path to the file containing the table of contents of the document with the specified scrollkeeper series ID.
Registers a document in the scrollkeeper database.
Removes the existing scrollkeeper database and creates a new database by registering the documents described by the OMF files found in the OMF search path. This command is useful if the scrollkeeper database becomes corrupted. For more information about the scrollkeeper-rebuilddb command, see the Examples section.
Removes a document from the scrollkeeper database and removes any related files from the scrollkeeper database and contents lists. The document and the OMF file are not removed or modified.
Rescans the list of directories in the OMF search path for new and removed documents, and updates the scrollkeeper database accordingly. Unless a search path is specified with the -o option, all directories in the default OMF search path are rescanned.
The following options are supported:
-n Use the network to retrieve the DTD if it is not available via the systems XML catalog.
-o path Specifies the search path for OMF files.
-p path Specifies the location of the scrollkeeper database.
-q Suppresses warnings and error messages.
-v Displays all warnings and error messages, in addition to logging these messages in the /var/log/scrollkeeper.log file.
The following operands are supported:
file Specifies the location of the contents file.
locale Specifies the locale.
omf-file Specifies the location of the OMF file.
series-id Specifies the scrollkeeper series ID.
Example 1: Removing a Document From the scrollkeeper Database
example% scrollkeeper-uninstall /usr/share/omf/example/filename.omf
Example 2: Getting the scrollkeeper Extended Contents List for the C Locale
example% scrollkeeper-get-extended-content-list C
Example 3: Setting Up the scrollkeeper Database for a Diskless Client Clone Area
example% scrollkeeper-rebuilddb -p /export/root/clone/Solaris_9/sun4u/var/lib/scrollkeeper -o /export/exec/Solaris_9_sparc.all/usr/share/omf
If the scrollkeeper database must be installed in a location other than the standard location, use the -p path option to specify the location of the scrollkeeper database, where path is an empty directory. The scrollkeeper-rebuilddb command will not proceed if you specify a populated path for this option.
If the OMF files must be read from a location other than the standard location, use the -o path option to specify the location of the OMF files. Specify the complete pathname, for example, /usr/share/omf. If you specify a partial pathname, for example, /usr/share, the scrollkeeper-rebuilddb command will take a long time, produce many warnings, and may crash.
See environ(5) for descriptions of the following environment variables that affect the execution of scrollkeeper: NLSPATH.
OMF_PATH Provides scrollkeeper with an alternative list of directories in which to search for OMF files. This variable overrides the default search path. If the list contains multiple directories, the entries should be separated by colons.
The following exit values are returned:
0 Application exited successfully
>0 Application exited with failure
The following files are used by this application:
The location of the default scrollkeeper database.
A log file containing log entries for database updates and error or warning messages.
The directory containing the scrollkeeper templates and xslt files.
The default search path for omf files.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-config application.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-get-cl application.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-get-content-list application.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-get-extended-content-list application.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-get-index-from-docpath application.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-get-toc-from-docpath application.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-get-toc-from-id application.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-install application.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-rebuilddb application.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-uninstall application.
The command-line executable for the scrollkeeper-update application.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
ATTRIBUTE TYPE ATTRIBUTE VALUE Availability SUNWgnome-libs Interface stability Obsolete
Written by Sander Vesik, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2003.
Updated by Matt Keenan, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2006.
Updated by Ghee Teo, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2007.
|SunOS 5.11||scrollkeeper (1)||12 Sep 2006|