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Java Script for a search option in my website

 
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Hi Friends

I have created a website which has a set of links which on clicking directs to respective html pages which will display reports about server utilization.Now my requirement is to set a search option in my home page which has a text box and a search button.When i enter a word in the textbox and click the search button it needs to display the html pages path as links which is available under my root directory which contains the word.

I need the solution as soon as possible, Please help me out, thanks in advance

-Niv
 
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JavaScript is not a viable technology choice for this. Perhaps a Java solutions such as Lucene will be suitable.

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