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I am developping a static web application. My goal is to create a search engine.

So, I have a list of training's documents and I want to search a fulltext from each one;

My documents are stored on my disk in the norm S1000D.

I want show DM-code for each founded fulltext.

Does exists this type of engine?

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I have HTML+Jquery. that's it all my application My question: is it possible to create a search engine with Jquery+html? – Valeriane Sep 18 '12 at 12:24
that will find a fulltext in collection of S1000D files – Valeriane Sep 18 '12 at 12:30

Not sure what you mean. Are you talking about offline search, or querying a server ?

If you have a server, you're probably good to go with a SOLR server + querying it with jQuery.ajax calls.

If you're looking for an offline solution, you can either do iterative regex lookups or use something along the lines of fullproof http://reyesr.github.com/fullproof/

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yes, it s an offline solution that I want. I already have server version with SOLR. but not offline – Valeriane Sep 19 '12 at 13:14

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