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Collective Error
Brett_Tabke




msg:437650
 10:31 pm on Apr 10, 2000 (gmt 0)

Two more moderate bugs have been found in this release of the Collective. Both will take some time to fix. One gives the wrong info after successful submission and if a submission fails, it can also type you the wrong engine, or no engine at all.

You may want to hold on downloading this version until I can track down both of these bugs.

 

iggy




msg:437651
 11:03 pm on Apr 10, 2000 (gmt 0)

i have it loaded...

when i attempt to submit url... >Submission in progress ...
Results Pages:
>>>

is all that appears even after 20 minn... and no result pages are found...

also on the set up configure screen... i set it up, saved the page message came back file saved at ...

and in reality, it did not make the changes i selected...

for instance, if i check all search engines... a and save... then go to the main page none are selected...

maybe i have set something up wrong...

also in reading your preamble...

you mention that you have needed to submit as many as 8000 pages in a short time...

will this support this type of batch submission...

where can we find submission guidelines for the various search engines?

we have been using dumptruck for a while now... but i thing your plan will be much better...

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