By Katsumii-Oracle on Jan 08, 2014
The reason why I tried the SQL for "Windows Search" was I had bunch of PDF files whose
contents I cannot guess from their filenames.
Oracle docs are part of them! Below is one example. pdf, mobi and epub are all named "E17693".
Oracle Data Provider for .NET Developer's Guide
I put these 2 pdf files and 1 mobi file in one folder.
Here's the query to find titles for all files in current folder in Cygwin.
/cygdrive/c/tmp/docs$ wssql \ > "SELECT System.ItemName,System.Title \ > FROM \ > SystemIndex \ > WHERE \ > System.ItemPathDisplay like '$(cygpath -w $PWD)%' \ > " Query=SELECT System.ItemName,System.Title FROM SystemIndex WHERE System.ItemPathDisplay like 'C:\tmp\docs%' docs;NULL; E17693-13.mobi;NULL; e17693.pdf;Oracle Data Mining Application Developer's Guide; e17732.pdf;Oracle Data Provider for .NET Developer's Guide;
I now know which PDF is which now. Maybe I can make the SQL more obscure or
pipe the output to 'sed' or modify the C# source to create rename script.
The above query didn't show title for the mobi file.
This is probably because I don't have appropriate IFilter installed and
I don't even know such IFilter exists!
I will write about mobi&epub next.