DBSight is a J2EE search platform for rapidly developing search engines on any relational database, for both beginners and experts. It's scalable, easy to create, and fast to search.
It features a built-in database crawler following user-defined SQL, incremental indexing, user-controllable result ranking, the ability to return results with highlights (like Google), and categorized result counts (like Amazon).
The project can easily integrate with a non-Java environment with XML/JSON. There is a UI for all operations, so no Java coding is necessary.
Here are some key features of "DBsight (Bundled with App Server)":
· Adjust Ranking by combination of relevance and fields like product price, score, comments cout, etc
· Summarized and highlighted results
· Amazon-like Results counted for each category, and sub-category
· Order results by the field you choose
· Recent searches history
· RSS feed for latest match
· Spelling check
· Pagination of the results
· Automatic results clustering
· Multi-Server mode for Server Clustering
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Multiple-choice partial scaffolding was added.
· Suggest-as-you-type now works for one character also.
· Column-specific partial scaffolding was added so that it can be applied several times.
· Scaffolding now can be applied to subdirectories.
· Performance for spell checking dictionary generation was greatly improved for large indexes.
· Performance for deletion detection was greatly improved and efficient.
· Different versions of the same JDBC drivers can be used.
· Multiple-choice query was added.
· Scaffolding for RSS syndication was fixed.
· A problem in which jQuery.js was included twice was fixed.