Da'ath provides a searchable knowledge base.
Da'ath is an organized, easy to use, in-depth search tool using MySQL full-text searching.
This allows searching for error messages, select words, phrases, or null searches, to produce a relevant search result from searching all fields of importance. It supports full administration of creating, editing, authorizing, and deleting solutions.
There is full-text searching using a MySQL database based on title, summary and solution with filter options.
It supports alternative searches through the Google and ask.com search engines. Logging and syslog is supported for tracking.
There is a version history for all solutions, and a directory tree view for a quick overview of all solutions.
Here are some key features of "Da ath":
· Null search for all matches in a category.
· Built on PHP and MySQL for fast search results and page display.
· FULLTEXT search of title, summary, and solution fields.
· Search supports filters for company name, type, and category.
· Search string supports phrase, quoted, and priority words.
· All results have a relevance rating based on the search string.
· Search results have brief description or solution with search words in bold.
· Administration page for easy creation and editing of solutions.
· Cookie authentication for administration page security.
· User access control levels.
· Printer-friendly articles.
· Auto Print function for each solution.
· Solutions have version control number and edit history.
· Support for unlimited solutions.
· Ability to upload images and other files into solutions.
· Syslog logging support.
· Support mysql master slave design for redundancy.
· Directory tree view of all solutions.
· Alternate search options through Google and others.
· Supports categorization for multiple customer or companies.
· Support web site themes.
· Unix style server.
· PHP 4.3.0+
· MySQL 4.0.1+
· Browser Cookies enabled.
What's New in This Release:
· The template system was changed to use the Smarty PHP template system.
· All HTML was cleaned up to comply with XHTML 1.0 Strict.
· Most HTML formatting was moved over to CSS.
· PHP code was generally clean up. mysql/mysqli handling was updated.
· A rich text editor was added (www.fckeditor.net).
· The database needs to be updated according to the INSTALL file.