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From Cool Coder <>
Subject Re: Meta- search descriptions
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:33:10 GMT
>Why not index their database directly?
I should have provided about this in my first mail. Anyway, clients are ready to allow for
indexing their DB, but they have some confidential data as well as information about their
clients and all data are so much tightly coupled, it is difficult for them to allow any third-party
tool to index their DB. And of course, this is the last option, in case I could not able to
develop a robust indexing meachanism.
  Now, with all these difficulties, is it possible to develop a robust indexer? I would appreciate
your input/suggestion. It does not matter how relevant but I would appreciate if you can give
me your opinion on this.
  - BR
  Chris Lu <> wrote:
    Why not index their database directly?

Chris Lu
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On 10/23/07, Cool Coder wrote:
> I was just looking into couple of search engines like or
> and I really got surprised the accuracy of information they have
> built in their indexes and also they provide for search result.
> I have same sort of requirement to build indexes for all my cleints site
> and provide search capability. WHile indexing a page, parser should know the
> format/structure of the page, then only it would be possible to index a page
> accurately. If site changes their content structure quickly then
> crawler/indexer also has to change the meta-info i.e. format about the
> page.
> I am basically developing a way of indexing my client pages to provide
> search capability with accurate information (like there are number of
> products in a clients page and I need to get all product data and index
> accordingly). Hence I need some sort of Indexing which will depend upon meta
> search information (Basically describe the content of pages) like the way I
> have described above and indexer will work based on meta search information.
> Can anybody suggest me whether this is possible or not.
> regards,
> BR
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