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I want to make a search on my web to search inside my web only can any one tell Iead that can work ..
bye and take care
sandeep
 
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Hello my friends any one there with IDEA
 
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Hi again
Pls find if any idea..
 
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Since nobody is responding to your question, there is a good chance that they are in the same boat as I am...your question is just not clear! Repost your request.


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Hello Sandeep,
I think nobody wants to share the idea of getting an search functionality internal to web.
Let me share my ideas.
First create a set of keywords and map to pages in your website.
You can use a table for this. You can add more records as more keyswords come
binu
 
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Hi friend ..
thanks a lot for ans but pls elaborate u r point iam getting u .
but how shoud i set keywords to my pages so that they can be searched...pls tell me ...
soem steps to do it..
thanks a lot
sandeep
 
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Sandeep,
One soultion is:
suppose these are the keywords: java, jsp, xml
You can easiy find out the pages in your web sites which contain these keywords
Create a table at least with following columns
keywords ,url
Develop a jsp to read keyword from user and map url.
Lot of extensions can be developed based on this.
Binu
 
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you can get readymade search facility encorporated in your JSP by using Oracle's iFs (Internet File System)
 
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