linkSearch for Microsoft Windows and Linux servers enables Web site visitors and users on local networks and intranets to perform comprehensive, free text searches and obtain relevant ranked results. It can search PDF, HTML, office formats from Microsoft and OpenOffice (Staroffice), FLASH and TXT document formats and enables the searching of thousands of files in a few seconds because all documents on the server are indexed automatically. Intelligent searching is available using an unlimited number of search strings, optional required words and filters that limit the search to certain file types or logical domains. Near or partial matches are displayed with results. An intranet version and additional licensing for searching sub domains are available.
LinkSearch comprises a server application. Searches are performed using a
browser or the supplied Windows client.
The server application retains and updates an index for all files and can
be configured to include or exclude locations on the site. After entering a query and parameters such as required words, the query is submitted to the search engine. The response to the request can be presented in any layout and documents are ranked based on relevance. The resulting webpage has direct links to the documents found and any document can be opened by clicking. The results page may include a summary from each relevant document and other properties such as name, date and author etc.
linkSearch can be integrated to other applications through its API.
Cost is one time fixed regardless of number of users, queries, documents.
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