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What is the best way of implementing the site search feature similar to on various sites like cnn.com where the user can enter a search string to be searched within cnn.com.

The application which requires this feature will be hosted on WAS5.1 base edition.
 
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What the best way is depends a great deal on the underlying data, and how you want to be able to search it. In the Java space, Lucene is a popular library for indexing and searching.
 
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