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From "Chris Lu" <>
Subject Re: Anyone used Zilverline?
Date Thu, 18 May 2006 08:51:01 GMT
You can try DBSight.

You just need to use simple SQL to select content out. And you can
customize ranking, analyzers, result templates, etc. You can create a
google-like search in 15 minutes.

Please let me know your feedback also.

Chris Lu
Full-Text Lucene Search on Any Databases/Applications

On 5/18/06, SG Edwards <> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am a PhD student working on a text-mining project and I have a
> literature collection in a Postgres database. I now need to make this
> rapidly searchable for users through a web-interface so I have been
> looking at Lucene.
> I have been looking at the Zilverline search tool
> ( which seems quite
> nice, particularly that you can use PDF, HTML or text collections. Does
> anyone have experience of this system or could someone recommend an
> alternative for fast database searching? If it would be better I could
> store the collection as  text files rather than in a database.
> Thanks for your help, any hints appreciated!
> Stephen Edwards,
> PhD student,
> University of Edinburgh
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