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.Net Search Engine - Has anyone used dtSearch .Net Engine?

Has anyone used dtSearch .Net Engine? What was your experience? Would
you recommend it others?

I am deciding on a .net search engine and would like to hear your
opinion.

Thank you,
Sasha

May 17 '07 #1
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why not dotLucene?
"Sasha" <os******@gmail.com>
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Has anyone used dtSearch .Net Engine? What was your experience? Would
you recommend it others?

I am deciding on a .net search engine and would like to hear your
opinion.

Thank you,
Sasha

May 17 '07 #2
I have used it quite extensively. It's quite popular among electronic
discovery software companies for it's ability to index a variety of file
types quickly and accurately. Their support is very timely and they have
always been able to answer my questions very clearly. I have nothing bad to
say about them.

Hope that helps

Jeff

"Sasha" wrote:
Has anyone used dtSearch .Net Engine? What was your experience? Would
you recommend it others?

I am deciding on a .net search engine and would like to hear your
opinion.

Thank you,
Sasha

May 17 '07 #3

It is my understanding that I have to write my own file converters/
parsers for dotLucene and I don't have time/desire to do that.
dtSearch already comes with all the converters out the box. Did you
use dotLucene for any projects? What was your experience?

Sasha

On May 16, 7:33 pm, "Osamede Zhang" <osam...@163.comwrote:
why not dotLucene?
May 22 '07 #4

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