Aaron Dietz,

I also would like to hear.  Are there any free ones out there that work?

Lois A. Peterson
Head, Archives/Special Collections
Frederick Douglass Library
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Princess Anne, MD   21853

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Subject: EAD search engines


We're interested in any input people have on the search engines they're
using for EAD documents on the Web.

Particularly, we're interested in the Dynaweb Search Engine that I
believe is currently being used at Duke University and at NYPL, but
we've heard that the cost for this product can be fairly high.

We'd like to search the collection of EAD documents as a whole, and
also search within the "active" document.  We also like the hit counting
capability of Dynaweb.

Is there a cheaper product out there with the same capability?  Any
input is graciously appreciated.

Aaron Dietz
Denver Public Library