DBSight is a J2EE search platform for instant scalable full-text search on any relational database, for both beginners and experts. It lets you add Lucene-based searching to any Web page with SQL and JavaScript. It features a built-in database crawler that follows user-defined SQL, incremental indexing, configurable result ranking, highlighted search results (like Google), categorized result counts (like Amazon), and sharded distributed search. Scaffolding supports tag cloud, suggest-as-you-type, spell checker, and much more. It easily integrates with other languages through XML, JSON, and HTML, and can embed the search UI and results to any Web page by just copying a section of JavaScript. No Java coding is necessary. All managing operations are UI-based. Deleted or updated records in the database can be synchronized. Content outside the database can also be searched.


This release adds support for multiple databases in the same index. It adds a multi-search feature to show results for multiple indexes, and automatically selects the index with the most matches. It adds an option to permanently index content in buffer index. It fixes security column checking for access controlled data. It fixes the integer data type for Long. It fixes resource cleanup when changing the index directory. It fixes a sorting order bug. The default sort order is honored.

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