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Chris Morrow wrote:
> The company that I work for is in need of a high quality portable HTML
> search engine that does not rely on a server. The reason: We distribute
> the documentation on a CD and we place it on our customer's SGI or UNIX
> platform as well.
> We are currently using a java based search engine called "Astaware's
> NetResults". It has "issues" and we would love to see if there are any
> other search tools out there that we should test prior to our
> subscription renewal with NetResults.
> In short:
> * We have 7,000+ html pages that need indexing
> * We distribute on CD and install a search engine on the client machine
> (SGI/UNIX based)
> * We need a good recommendation or solution to our searching needs....
> Any help, suggestions, or advice on this would be greatly
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