Openfind Enterprise Search (OES) is designed for easy installation and simple configuration, allows setting up intranet heterogenous data search in minutes. OES shareware allows 30 indices and up to 50,000 documents per index.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:41
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Openfind Enterprise Search (OES) is designed for easy installation and simple configuration, allows setting up intranet heterogenous data search in minutes. With multi-lingual search capability, OES can deal with double bytes as well as single bytes contents. It supports mostly general file types, like web page, Microsoft Office file, Adobe PDF file, plain-text file, compressed file, multi-media file, and filename search as well. OES new version adds database search functionality and ACL mechanism. Moreover, OES also provides many useful functions to reduce the maintenance effort, like index/schedule management, real-time index progress and summary/detail report, etc. OES shareware allows 30 indices and up to 50,000 documents per index.
System Requirements: Processor: P4-2.0 GHz, RAM: 1GB, HDD: 40GB
Change Info: Add âTag Cloudsâ and âAuto-taggingâ. ; Add Japanese template to the search interface. ; Add âFailed-URL Auditâ ; Add a new module âSingle-Sign Onâ. ; Support pre-1970 search time format.
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