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Search engine using struts

 
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Hi everyone,

Is there an open source search engine which uses struts? I heard there is one called "K2 Optimum" or something like that but I can't find it in Internet. Can someone give me a hand?

Thanks.
 
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I don't understand what you want. You want a search engine to use in a project to index files and search in them, or you want a search engine available on the net serving people that has the front end developed in struts?
 
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To expand on what Alaa said, Struts has nothing to do with indexing and searching. So you can use any index/search engine (e.g. the very capable Lucene library) with any web technology you want.
 
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