DBSight is a J2EE search platform for instant scalable full-text search on any relational database, for both beginners and experts. 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 other languages with XML/JSON/HTML. There is a UI for all operations, so no Java coding is necessary. Deleted or updated records in database can be synchronized also.

Changes

Search queries including stopwords will rank exact matches higher. A sortBy=_relevance_ search option was added. The HTML filter was enhanced to use less memory. lucene.jar was upgraded to the latest version. A cron scheduler display bug was fixed. An integer overflow when indexed documents are around Integer.MAX_VALUE was fixed. Indexing a Zip file inside BLOB columns was fixed. Partial data is avoided if errors happen while recreating an index. A time-based ranking exception when the date value is null was fixed. The showIndexUsage action is now open to a list of allowed IP addresses.

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