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Java Search 3.3

Java Search is a Java written search engine


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Total downloads: 595
  • Last Updated: Jun 17, 2010
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 2003/XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Java Search is a Development software developed by SavillTech Ltd.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Java Search:

EditByBSEditor: Java Search is a Java written search engine and as such can be run on any client that has a Java virtual machine. It works by a keyword definition file being created and then matches on words the user entered. This can be better than a full text search as it lets the administrator define certain criteria.
This Search Applet is freeware and can be used on any site. The applet lets the user enter a number of words and then searches a structured file for those words and then displays relevant titles in the lower choice box. By selecting one of these and clicking the Goto Question button (this text can be changed by passing the label as a parameter to the applet) the applet automatically links the user to the required page.
Every part of text is Now fully configurable meaning the engine can be used or any language site
wildcard at end of word, e.g.
install serv*
Use the scroll bar to select how many Answers to display
Ability to pass applet the location where to find the main location of files as parameter "location". The Link defined in the codewords area is then appended to it, e.g. as a parameter named location, the code in the html file would be

If the link then was sysconf.html#sysconf22 it would link to http:\\\ntfaq\sysconf.html#sysconf22.
If this parameter does not exist then the applet will just use getDocumentBase() and look for files in the same area as the page.
Data is read in from file data.txt which is searched for in the location of the HTML file that contains the applet (getDocumentBase()). This can also be passed as the "dataloc" parameter.
The format of the files should be plain text with the following format, the | character is used to separate entries
||||etc. (no | at end, only Newline), e.g
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