RE: xsl search engine
Hi, > > Ok I understood what I didn't understood before, I'm trying > to make it good > > and I write back either the solution I found or maybe other > problems I > > encountered > > indeed I encountered other problems : > > - In the recursive template, there's a problem at the last > loop cause > > substring-before the space is empty, but I found a solution Oh yeah, forgot about that cause I didn't test the code I sent you. Sorry. > > - there's also the problem of double matched THEME, because > they have many > > correspondings strings in label attribute > > - How to highlight the searched string while displaying the > label attribute > > of the THEME elements matched. Do you mean how to highlight the query tokens in the label? Recursive templates again, though it becomes harder if multiple query token match a single label and if they overlap. > > So I'm working on it (it's about to be over) and come back > in a while... > > > > I originally went this route some time ago. I have since used Jakarta > Lucene to index XML putting content and certain elems/attrs > into fields. > It is very fast to index and search. If you are using java, I would > suggest using lucene. They have some examples of how to do this (it's > not hard). I second Robert's suggestion—Lucene's a good tool and might make your life a lot easier in the long run. Cheers, Jarno - KiEw: DCDisk (Rotersand vintage rework) XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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