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en:user:list_of_configuration_file_options [2018/07/31 12:50]
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en:user:list_of_configuration_file_options [2018/07/31 13:22] (current)
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 |maintainer|multiple email addresses| ​ |Email address(es) of collection maintainer(s).| |maintainer|multiple email addresses| ​ |Email address(es) of collection maintainer(s).|
 |public|true/​false| ​ |If true, the collection will be displayed on the home page, not otherwise. Even if false, the collection will still be available to anyone provided they know the URL to it.| |public|true/​false| ​ |If true, the collection will be displayed on the home page, not otherwise. Even if false, the collection will still be available to anyone provided they know the URL to it.|
-|plugin|plugin-name [plugin-options]|M|A list of plugins (and their options) to use for the collection. This determines which kinds of documents can be included in the collection. See [[en:plugins| here]] for more details.|+|plugin|plugin-name [plugin-options]|M|A list of plugins (and their options) to use for the collection. This determines which kinds of documents can be included in the collection. See [[en:plugin:​index| here]] for more details.|
 |buildtype|mg/​mgpp/​lucene| ​ |Determines which indexer should be used for the collection. | |buildtype|mg/​mgpp/​lucene| ​ |Determines which indexer should be used for the collection. |
 |indexes|list of indexes| ​ |A list of indexes that should be built. For MG collections,​ the format of each index is level:​fields,​ where level is one of '​document',​ '​section',​ '​paragraph',​ and fields is a comma separated list of '​text'​ or metadata names. For example, document:​text,​Title. For MGPP/Lucene collections,​ each index is a comma-separated list of '​text'​ or metadata names. For example, text dc.Subject dc.Title,​Title. The order specifies the order they will be displayed in the drop-down box on the interface.| |indexes|list of indexes| ​ |A list of indexes that should be built. For MG collections,​ the format of each index is level:​fields,​ where level is one of '​document',​ '​section',​ '​paragraph',​ and fields is a comma separated list of '​text'​ or metadata names. For example, document:​text,​Title. For MGPP/Lucene collections,​ each index is a comma-separated list of '​text'​ or metadata names. For example, text dc.Subject dc.Title,​Title. The order specifies the order they will be displayed in the drop-down box on the interface.|
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 |language_metadata|a single metadata name|  |The metadata element to use to determine the language of each document. default is ex.Language.| |language_metadata|a single metadata name|  |The metadata element to use to determine the language of each document. default is ex.Language.|
 |classify|classifier-name classifier-options|M|Specifications for classifiers for browsing.| |classify|classifier-name classifier-options|M|Specifications for classifiers for browsing.|
-|format|option-name option-value|M|Formatting options for the collection. See [[en:list_of_format_options ​| here]] for more details.|+|format|option-name option-value|M|Formatting options for the collection. See [[en:user:​gs2_format_statements ​| here]] for more details.|
 |collectionmeta|key [l=xx] value|M|Specifies language specific strings for some components of the interface. See [[#​Collectionmeta_options |here]] for more details.| |collectionmeta|key [l=xx] value|M|Specifies language specific strings for some components of the interface. See [[#​Collectionmeta_options |here]] for more details.|
 |supercollection|a space separated list of collection names| ​ |A list of collections that should be searched together (cross collection searching). The user will be given this list on the preferences page and can change which collections are included in a search| |supercollection|a space separated list of collection names| ​ |A list of collections that should be searched together (cross collection searching). The user will be given this list on the preferences page and can change which collections are included in a search|