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From "Chris Lu" <chris...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Meta- search descriptions
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:25:19 GMT
Why not index their database directly?

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On 10/23/07, Cool Coder <techcool.kumar@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> I was just looking into couple of search engines like indeed.com or
> bixee.com 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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