I'm not sure. I think that section is only for the browse indexes, but I
will take a closer look.
On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 3:00 AM, Sean Carte <sean.ca...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 21 September 2016 at 21:07, George Kozak <gkoz...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> My second question of the day. Our discovery search results default to a
>> "relevance" search. I was asked today, if I could change the default to
>> "title descending". I am not sure where I need to make that change. Can
>> anyone provide some guidance?
> I think this should work:
> edit dspace.cfg
> # Use this to configure the browse indices. Each entry will receive a link
> in the
> # navigation. Each entry can be configured in one of two ways. The first
> # webui.browse.index.<n> = <index name> : metadata : \
> # <schema
> prefix>.<element>[.<qualifier>|.*] : \
> # (date | title |
> text) : (asc | desc)
> webui.browse.index.3 = title:item:title:desc
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