ZCatalog's "manage_catalogReindex" rebuilds the indexes for currently
cataloged objects. Object which do no longer exist are removed.
However, new objects in the catalog's "search space" are not added.

This has the advantages, that 
 1. the catalog can be filled with several finds
 2. cataloged objects can be manually managed (removed).

However, it does not support well a common use: provide search
facilities for part of a WebSite. For this use, new pages, too,
would have to be found and indexed.

I know, of cause, that a DMTL method could do this job.
However, a general method "manage_catalogRefind" might be
generally useful. It would remember the parameters for
the last find operation and reapply the find.

What do you think?


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