[Koha] Thai Language Support in Zebra Search Index

Fridolin SOMERS fridolin.somers at biblibre.com
Thu Nov 3 00:51:29 NZDT 2016


icu_chain seems to have a problem.

Use this commande to check available languages :
yaz-icu -p l | grep th

See https://linux.die.net/man/1/yaz-icu

If you set locale="" it works ?


Le 31/10/2016 à 06:35, Alex Shepherd a écrit :
> Hi,
> I’m in the process of transforming and importing bibliographic records from a UNICODE eLM system into Koha.
> The eLM system has a mixture of English and Thai language titles (and maybe a few other non english UNICODE titles as well).
> I’m making pretty good progress with the import in that I can search for titles by key words or barcode etc and it is finding them but I’m not sure about the searching for Thai language titles as I don’t know or speak Thai.
> I see references to modifying the zebra search index configuration here:
> 	https://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/ICU_chains_configuration
> 	https://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/ICU_Chains_Library#Thai
> but when I try to follow these examples I get an error:
> 	sudo koha-rebuild-zebra -f bbs
> 	Warning: You passed -x which is already the default and is now deprecated
> 	07:32:41-30/10 zebraidx(27438) [warn] default.idx:14: Could not load icuchain config 'words-icu.xml'
> 	07:32:41-30/10 zebraidx(27438) [warn] default.idx:23: Could not load icuchain config 'words-icu.xml'
> 	07:32:41-30/10 zebraidx(27438) [fatal] zebra_begin_trans: cannot open register
> I’ve doubled check the file names in default.idx and they look ok to me.
> I wonder if anyone else has any experience with tuning the search indexes for the Thai language that may be able to help
> Regards
> Alex Shepherd
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Fridolin SOMERS
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