New parsers in search SDK
Written by Alex Armstrong   
Sunday, 19 June 2011

A new version of dtSearch expands its file parsers and converters so that it can index a wider range of document types.


The latest version of dtSearch has a wider range of documents that it can index so enabling users to find more.  Version 7.67 of dtSearch expands the range of file parsers to add the option of direct Microsoft PST support, without having to go through MAPI.  dtSearch products can now directly access items in Outlook PST stores such as contacts, appointments and messages, along with the full-text of attachments, including zipped and nested attachments and display retrieved items with highlighted hits. The new release also offers enhanced integration with Adobe Reader X.

 dtSearch enterprise and developer products can index over a terabyte of text in a single index, spanning directories, databases, online data, and emails.  It can create an unlimited number of indexes, and simultaneously search them using 25+ full-text and fielded data search options.  Indexed search time is typically less than a second, even on terabytes of data.

The dtSearch Spider, accessible through a .NET API for programmers, works with local and remote, static and dynamic (MS SharePoint, CMS, PHP, ASP.NET, etc.) web content.  Hit-highlighted searching can span any level of site depth, across any number of public and private or secure sites, including support for log-ins and forms-based authentication. 

Its search engine has native 64-bit and 32-bit Win/Linux C++, Java and .NET  APIs, including a 64-bit .NET 4 Spider API and sample code for the MS Azure cloud platform. It offers a range of API filters and objects to support categorization via document full-text contents, document fields, SQL or XML database contents, or data attributes attached during indexing and also offers APIs for faceted searching.



 The new release also covers dtSearch Web with Spider for publishing instantly searchable data to an Internet or Intranet site, dtSearch Network with Spider for instantly searching across a network, dtSearch Publish for publishing searchable data to portable media, and dtSearch Desktop with Spider for desktop search.

See also:

Latest dtSearch includes 64-bit .NET 4. SDK

Visit www.dtsearch for more information or to download fully-functional evaluations.



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