In my experience, Perlfect Search can't handle that many documents,
and I'm not entirely sure where SWISH-E's limits are either.
Both products are search engines, not databases, and store their
information in inverted indexes which are not designed to be
addressable externally. They can use a web browser interface to
provide access to multiple users. The files indexed must be
accessible via the browser or Perlfect search will not work.
Best of luck,
At 10:57 AM -0800 2/15/02, maildofernando wrote:
> I am looking for a web indexing and after some
>days studying on the subject I am in doubt between
>the "Perlfect Search" and the "Swish-E". I do not know
>very on this subject but necessary to take a decision
>fast and I do not want to commit errors.
> Although the "Swish-E" seeming upper to
>the "Perlfect Search", I would like to make some
> 1-How Functions the database of the Swish?
> 2-The database requires transactions?
> 3-The Swish-E supports multi-user having
>access the database?
> 4-Which are the limits of the Swish-E?
> 5-It is possible to integrate a external
>database with the Swish-E?
> 6-Which the behavior of the database in critical
> 7-I go to use the product only in the File
>System.I need to indexing million of archives "*.txt".
>Which of the Products you recommends, the Swish-E or the
> If they will not be able to answer some of these
>questions, please say where I can find these responses.
>Fernando Souza de Andrade
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Received on Fri Feb 15 20:02:24 2002