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Re: Full text search with XML input in Oracle?


full text search in oracle
[Jack Liu]
>
> I need to do a full text search web application for a
> library based on Oracle database. I will use XML file
> as input and store them in Oracle, the search should
> do not only for text but also for different tags or
> elements. e.g search "hello" from title or from
> article. That means do not convert XML file into ASCII
> file which will be stored in DB.
> Can Oracle(Intermedia text or Oracle Text) do this?
> Any suggestion or referrence?
>

This is not exactly what you asked for since it is not Oracle-based, but
read this very interesting paper, since it will show you what can be
achieved -


"Case Study: Enabling Low-Cost XML-Aware Searching Capable of Complex
Querying"

by Brandon Jockman, W. Eliot Kimber,  and Joshua Reynolds

at

http://62.231.133.220/idea-eks-nav/papers/03-02-08/03-02-08.html

Cheers,

Tom P



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