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Topic: Strategy for capturing large web site
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 91110
From: tlush
Date: 7/1/2003 01:47 AM

We are trying to capture a large web site in three languages. We are looking for a strategy that will enable us to capture the whole site without getting the dreaded "too complicated" error.

Once we succeeded in getting the 6,000+ pages but found a few bad links.

Once we corrected those few links (to PDF's of DWG files), WebCapture is dying at around 1,600 pages saying the site is too complicated.

Perhaps an issue is that every page is linked to others with multiple navigation methods, so there is a goodly amount of internal linking.

Using Acrobat 6 Pro on a Win XP machine. The site is http://etco.com.

Thank you -- Tony Lush


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