We're testing the free version of Zoom in order to evaluate the product for use on our intranet.
So far, so good, but...
We're using JSP pages with session variables, and the way we got around this issue with our previous search was to set up our own custom search form and results page, which flowed the standard cgi search query results into a JSP. This works fine with Zoom as well, but it defalts to using the same results content as in search_template.html.
search_template.html, of course, repeats the standard Zoom search form by default. Which doesn't work for us because it doesn't carry the session varriables forward.
So...is there a way to configure Zoom so that search_template.html will not show the search form? Will using the "do not getnerate" search form under search form appearance in the search page configuration tab accomplish this, or do we need to go into the search.cgi istelf?
Your can't edit the search.cgi file. It is a compiled binary.
But as you point out, you can turn off the search form, from the Zoom configuration window (search form appearance on the search page tab).