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Topic: PDF files search using .NET
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 107971
From: san7
Date: 3/20/2004 12:49 AM


We have a requirement to search through a database of over 15 large PDF files each containing over 150 pages, and classified into Chapters, Topics, Headings etc.

All these PDFs will be stored in a CD.

We need to make a user-friendly search on all these files, and return the search results in the CD Workspace itself.

We also need to have Boolean searches (OR, AND, NOT, NEAR) in the same.

We also need Thesaurus and Stemming facilities.

There are going to be other additional functionality in the CD for searching through XML files and generating Tables, Graphs, etc. We are looking to program this using VB.NET.
Has anyone come to the same problem.
Any help will be appreciated

Thanks in Advance

Warm Regards,
Sanjeev Negi

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