Portlet based display for the Plone search page
This products provides a simple way to manage the search page based on portlets.
For simplicity reasons and to avoid conflicts with existing themes, it does not override the default search page, but adds a new ‘@@multisearch’ page.
A link on this page allows to manage portlets displayed inside the page.
Work on collective.multisearch has been made possible by The Flemish Environment Agency or VMM. See http://www.vmm.be . VMM operates as an agency of the Flemish government for a better environment in Flanders. Flanders is one of the three Belgian regions with its own government, parliament and administration. The other two are the Brussels-Capital Region and the Walloon Region.
Don’t crash the remote search portlet if a feed item does not contain a summary field. Happens when reading search results from a Plone 3.3.X site. [f.vandijk]
Add field remote_site_search_rss_url so you can set an explicit rss url that we use for querying the remote site, instead of appending a hardcoded search_rss to the site url. This means we support non-Plone sites now. [maurits]
Set the User-Agent string to ‘Mozilla/4.0’ when querying remote servers. Otherwise, some bad servers return a 403 Forbidden error. [maurits]
Add timeout value for remote RSS portlet searches. Default is 5 seconds. [fredvd]
Load the zcml of some packages so Plone starts up correctly. [maurits]
Removed our ManagePortletAssignments override. It was meant for returning to the correct url (@@manage-multisearch) after changing a portlet, but it had an error so it did not work. Also, it is not needed anymore after plone.app.portlets 2.4.3 is released. [maurits]
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