Several processing options are provided to control how much processing
to do. Expand the
Options link to show and edit these options.
Note that most will only be set at the request of Thunderstone tech
support. Some options may produce copious messages.
Perform full processing on the fetched file as if it is being prepared for the search database (execute any relevant Primer URLs before-hand, apply rejection rules to its links, etc). Otherwise only perform the basic download of the page.
Keep the raw encoded download and decoded data for display. Using this can make the test results page particularly large for large source documents like PDFs etc.
Do not follow redirects. This can be useful to get the full size, content etc. of a page in a redirect chain. When checked, Max Redirects (here) is set to 0 for the fetch.
Defaults to, and overrides, the Walk Trace Settings option (here): a set of zero or more comma-separated "name=value" pairs to generate additional debug/trace messages; set at the request of Thunderstone tech support.
A short summary will be shown followed by various statistics and other
information about the page. Most of the information is collapsed (hidden) to
reduce page clutter. Click the
+ next to an item to expand that item for
viewing. Click the
- to collapse an item. Use the
Collapse all and
Expand all links to Collapse all items or expand all items
Show empty fields to show all fields even if there was
no data for them. That helps one determine that a value is actually missing as
opposed to overlooked for display.
Large text fields will be shown in scrollable areas by default to avoid
taking over the page. Click the
+ next to a scrolling area
to let it fully expand onto the page. Click the
- to confine
and expanded field.