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From "Josh Knowles" <>
Subject RE: Search tools for Tomcat
Date Wed, 16 Jan 2002 22:14:35 GMT
If your client is willing to pay a fee there are many companies which will spider your site
on a daily basis and provide you the templates for the search pages.  The one that I have
used can be found at but there are many others, google even offers one.

If you want to code one up yourself then lucene, like Rashan suggested, is your best bet.


-----Original Message-----
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 3:07 PM
Subject: Re: Search tools for Tomcat

I am facing the same issue. Currently I am looking at Lucene, one of hte many Jakarta rojects.
It seems to be the best (and cheapest since it is free) solution but the documentation and
tutorials available are lacking.

Take a look at Lucene and if you manage to find any good examples give me a yell... PLEASE!!


>>> 01/17/02 07:54AM >>>

I have a client that is running this configuration as their webserver:

Server: Apache Tomcat/4.0.1 (HTTP/1.1 Connector) on a Windows 2000
Professional server.

They want to add a search function to their website and I am wondering if
anyone has any insight to what a good solution would be?

Currently the website is being served to the user through Tomcat.

A suggestion that has been made already is some Pearl Search tool, but I
wasn't given any examples.



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