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I apologize for being too vague. I get so focused on my own scenario
sometimes that I forget other people are doing far more interesting things!
This is just the plain ol' documentation that we ship with our products.
There's a ton of it, but that's all we want to search. We provide a mixture
of PDF, HTML, JavaHelp (forgot that) and, I believe, one Word file, which is
a template that our clients can use with one of our customizable products to
produce their own site-specific documentation.
Again, I am just trying to get the ball rolling for our team; to get some
idea of what the possibilities are. If there's absolutely no way this can be
done client-side, then that at least gives me a direction and some info to
take back to the others.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brad Jensen" <brad -at- elstore -dot- com>
To: "B. Dofflemyer" <doff -at- bigfoot -dot- com>; "TECHWR-L"
<techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2002 12:17 AM
Subject: Re: search mechanism
> so you send a copy of all the documents to each client?
> Normally what we see is the documents on a server (usually a web
> server, if it is documents that customers are allowed to see.)
> then use dtsearch, or the IIS engine, to give a web search
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