Advanced instructions for AddHashAndExtractedText.
To see all the optional tools available.
Open the Cognitive Toolkit by opening a windows command prompt in Administrator Mode
Change directory (cd) to where you extracted the shinydocs-cognitive-toolkit-yyyy-mm-dd.zip file
Type the following command within the root folder of the Cognitive Toolkit:CODE
CognitiveToolkit.exe AddHashAndExtractedText --help
Usage: CognitiveToolkit AddHashAndExtractedText [options]
-- source-settings <SOURCE SETTINGS>
Default: leave blank for filesystem
Do not use this parameter if the source is a file system!
Path to json file that contains connection details for the repository (source). Templates for these files can be found in the CognitiveToolkit download under
Action to perform (hash,text,both)
The level of depth of exception messages (Default: 20)
Forcefully remove / Suppress prompt for confirmation
Include a name for the index objects. If you do not include a name, the name “shinydocs” will be recorded here.
You cannot change the index type easily! Only use this option if you know what you are doing.
Default: all characters
The maximum number of characters for the extracted text field
Warning: Setting this value too high can result in timeouts or problems loading the index if the supporting hardware is unable to cope with the load. Shinydocs recommends 30,000 to ensure a performant index.
OCR Utility to use for text extraction (iron,none)
Algorithm (Available algorithms: md5, sha1, sha256, sha512)
Name of the index.
Note the value used here as it will have to match what is used in future Cognitive Toolkit tools (such as addHash).
Path to JSON file containing your desired query. The results of this query will be the input for this tool. You can also use escaped json directly in the command.
Paths with spaces or using inline JSON will require “double-quotes”.
Skip re-processing errors - items marked as:
Errors indicate there was a problem in either generating the hash id for the item or text extracting. Check your logs for errors.
Note: For tasks that are scheduled, --silent is preferred as there is a slight performance increase.
Turn off the progress bar
Number of parallel processes to start
URL of the index server
Sample .json file:
Sample .bat file: