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Ramesh Chandra
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Hi all,
THis is my first message to JavaRanch..
It would be very helpful if someone can help me in writing code to implement a search Engine code in a web page.......
 
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Originally posted by Ramesh Chandra:
It would be very helpful if someone can help me in writing code to implement a search Engine code in a web page.......


Um, generally you would never put search engine code in a web page. You would set up a middle tier system that pre-indexes all the pages/data to be searched, and then your web page would contact this middle tier service for fast results.

Could you go into more detail about your setup and structure?
 
Ramesh Chandra
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Hi Scott,
Thanks for giving me the info regarding a middle tier for using to write a search engine code..
It would be more helpful if u can give info regarding the that middle tiers to be used.. i mean are there any specific tools to implement the coding or so..
 
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Ramesh,

Explaining how to write a search engine is a bit beyond the scope of a JSP forum. If you're new to servlets or JSP, you might want to start out by looking for some tutorials to get you rolling. Then, if you get stuck on a particular problem, or if there is a concept that you are struggling with, by all means ask about it here.

If you're looking for a third party product, you might consider looking at Apache Lucene:
http://lucene.apache.org/java/docs/
 
Ramesh Chandra
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Originally posted by Ben Souther:
Ramesh,

Explaining how to write a search engine is a bit beyond the scope of a JSP forum. If you're new to servlets or JSP, you might want to start out by looking for some tutorials to get you rolling. Then, if you get stuck on a particular problem, or if there is a concept that you are struggling with, by all means ask about it here.

If you're looking for a third party product, you might consider looking at Apache Lucene:
http://lucene.apache.org/java/docs/


Hi Ben,
Thanks for giving a good suggestion... Hope i vl get back to u again while working on my project on Search Engine
 
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Excellent.
Good-Luck and welcome to Javaranch.
 
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