• Subject: AS/400 Webserver Search Engine
  • From: "Joe Teff" <jteff19@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 18:45:41 -0500

We installed V4R4 on our AS/400 last week, so today I wanted
to take a look at providing search capabilities. I almost
implemented Net.Question until I found out I had to maintain the
index myself. I used the directions located at
I was able to create my index over a directory containing 61
html documents, search my index, customize the Net.Data
sample macro for my index and include this on my web site.
All of this in a couple of hours. Creating the index actually only
takes a few seconds. It was one of the few things that actually
was as easy as advertised. The results are looking real good
as well. I'll be testing this further in the next few days, but I'd
say the Webserver Search Engine in V4R4 is a definite

Joe Teff

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