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Implementing Microsoft Indexing Server front-end in JSP??

 
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Hello friends,
Has any one implemented the frontend for of Microsoft Indexing Server in JSP ? for that matter is it possible ? I know that it can be implemented very easily in ASP . Any kind of ideas will be appreciated.URGENT. Come on Moderators
Amit Roy
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Where are all the tech dudes moderators ,sheriffs , come on dudes put a fight here i dont want to believe that my topic has no answer
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Maybe it's because this is a Java-oriented site, and many of us don't work with Microsoft products.

If it's 'very easy' to do what you want in ASP, that's probably because there are a lot of Server.CreateObject("place COM object here") MS thingeys that you can use.

As far as I know, you just can't create these kind of objects in JSP code. It would be like me, (as an English-speaking guy) consulting a French-speaking auto-mechanic, asking him to put a Citroen distributor cap on my Astin-Martin car (don't I just wish). Not only am I speaking the wrong language, but we're working on two different platforms.
 
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All said and done mike i understand that they are different platforms etc but the thing is the functionality that MS Indexing server provided is extremely difficult to grt using java mind i have tried using Lucene but its not easy.I am trying to bulid a knowledge search engine for a company where i need to search any thing and every thing and i found that MS Indexing server is the best tool to use for text search the only problem the entire othe sys is in JSP and i dont want to mix both the things. I probably this will be a challenge for me
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I am not familiar with MS Indexing Server - however, if it can talk to sockets with streams of characters, make a Java component (Bean) that can talk to it.
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I dont think it can talk to sockets ill check it out again MS Indexing server is a service that is available with IIS to perform text search some what like "Lucene"
 
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