CS Dev Guide: Search with APIs

Posted by: Keyvan Nayyeri, on 08 Nov 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

You know Community Server has a default search engine (Search Barrel) and a commercial Enterprise Search engine.  It's also possible to write custom search engines for it. But there are some cases when you need to search with APIs and use search results in your custom modules or controls so it's worth to talk about search APIs in this post.  Whether you use default Search Barrel, Enterprise Search or any other search engine, can access to your application search results through same...

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