WebLab EGC2012 Application
This version is a simple package of the WebLab application that has been demonstrated during EGC demonstration conference.
This example provides the following features:
- documents/webpages search and indexation
- documents/webpages structure and format support
- documents/webpages management through collection tagging
To download this application, see EGC Application.
- Download the archive containing the EGC application from EGC Application download.
- Unzip EGC_Application-1.1.zip
- go to weblab-egc
- launch run.sh ou run.bat from a console
To install this application, unzip the archive and you are done !
With a Linux distribution, you can also add structure support either with following script or manually.
Run this script: egc_tools_install.sh
If you want to activate structure processing on documents, you have to install other tools on your system:
- libreoffice or openoffice http://www.libreoffice.org/
- pdftohtml cml-image version https://github.com/igors/poppler/branches
- wkhtmltopdf 0.11.0_rc static http://code.google.com/p/wkhtmltopdf
You can only activate this feature with Linux.
Detailed installation processes for these tools is available :
Go to the new directory
weblab-egc and launch the script:
You can upload any document to the first page by dragging and dropping your files in the specified area (dark blue area in the first page).
This document will then be processed. Once this process is done, you will automatically be redirected on the document view (third screenshot).
To search for an element, click on the Result View tab. Write your query in the Document Search portlet. Results will be shown in the Results portlet.
- Main first page:
- Search and results page:
- Annotated document page:
- Note that structure processing only works only with Linux for the moment, you need to install libreoffice/openoffice, pdftohtml and wkhtmltopdf to activate this feature !
- webpages support is only available with Linux
This application uses the following services:
This application uses the following portlets:
Sources are available on our svn in the following branch:
External tools used: