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Old August 26th, 2004, 10:05 PM
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Default Search Engine for Full-text Search

Can somebody help me - I am trying to implement a search engine for my website (local site search). It is a website where people are to search for businesses based on location and type, so there are going to be multiple search boxes. I know about Microsoft SQL but don't want this. I have downloaded a simple search engine script which interfaces with HTML pages and I know how to use it, but this is not what I want-I have created many results pages with business listings indexed by either location or type, etc., and I want the search feature to pull up these pages, that is, when a person searches for, let's say, a town- I want the pages I have created listing the businesses for that town to come up. I have created my site so far using Microsoft Publisher(though I know this is a big mistake !)- I can always convert it to PowerPoint. I have downloaded a search engine from a website on a trial basis and this is the closest I have come to it- it does interface with the text on the pages but not with the actual results page as I have created it(it loses the format). I am a beginner at this and I feel there is something I am just not getting here- can somebody please give me a suggestion as to possible code I could use or download or a search engine (free to very inexpensive) I could implement on my site. Thanks!.
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if you want to write a search engine for your site go to codeproject and the look for an article about making a search engine.

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Thanks Mehdi! I looked at this site and there is a good article on creating a full-text search engine, though I'm still a little confused- the only thing I haven't figured out yet is how to index files other than HTML files- but I will keep reading on and perhaps will find another article there. :)


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