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This summer my organization is going online-only with all our documentation.
Our documentation consists of PDF versions of our hard copy manuals and
HTML documents for two new manuals. Our users will be accessing the
documents through a corporate intranet.
Our current search engine for the documents, which was written in Visual
Basic (which we no longer have access to) is cumbersome to update and is not
My question for the group is what search engines or strategies have people
employed for these type of documents? Any and all help appreciated!
SUNY Research Foundation
smithel -at- rf -dot- suny -dot- edu