DBSight is a J2EE search platform for rapidly developing search engines on any relational database, for both beginners and experts. It's scalable, easy to create, and fast to search. It features a built-in database crawler following user-defined SQL, incremental indexing, user-controllable result ranking, the ability to return results with highlights (like Google), and categorized result counts (like Amazon). It can easily integrate with a non-Java environment with XML/JSON. There is a UI for all operations, so no Java coding is necessary.

Changes

Synonyms were added. Multiple keywords were added, with support for displaying a tag cloud in search results. Jruby support for indexing was added. Faster adding indexes is always used without merging. Bulk deletion of old documents is much faster. Copying in a Linux environment is faster. Deleted documents are discovered with efficient use of memory. JDK was upgraded to 1.5. The query parser was fixed: the analyzer was applied twice. An index file uploading error from Windows to Linux systems was fixed.

URL: DBSight: Full-text database search platform/engine