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about a beta XML search engine seemed like it might be of interest to some
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Bill [log in to unmask]
Manuscripts Librarian                |                   The UCI Libraries
Department of Special Collections    |            University of California
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Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 23:09:08 -0400
From: Cal Lee <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: XYZFind - XML search engine

A search engine that's currently in beta may be of interest to those
looking to tackle search over XML documents and data sets:

Some stated features include:

- single index over heterogeneous structured content
- indexing attributes and elements in addition to text content
- context-aware searching
- dynamic generation of query forms based on schema

Current support is for Linux and Solaris but Windows is planned for
release 1.1

 Cal Lee
 Electronic Records Project Archivist
 Kansas State Historical Society
 Phone: 785-272-8681, ext. 280         Fax: 785-272-8682
                   "Obsolete power corrupts obsoletely."
                                            - Ted Nelson

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