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icon1.gif  Adding forums to pre-existing search engine [message #5637] Tue, 10 September 2002 22:51 Go to next message
kewlguy is currently offline  kewlguy   United States
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I have added the forum to my site and have a search engine I was using previously. I would like to add the forum messages to the search engine and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on where to look or how to go about this. If I just added the folder that the messages are stored in to the search database would it be able to find threads? And also, how could I link to them. The search engine would probably just find the messages themselves and that wouldn't be able to be opened. If anyone has any advice let me know. I am running Linux/Apache 1.3.6/PHP4.22/MySQL 3.x and FUDForum 2.3.0 Stable. Thanks in advance!
Re: Adding forums to pre-existing search engine [message #5641 is a reply to message #5637] Wed, 11 September 2002 10:58 Go to previous message
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No, the folder where messsage bodies are stored contains only 2 text files 1 for normal messages & one for private messages. The text file has no visible seperators or message identifiers since the data is read in using offsets stores in the database.

If you want to make the messages searcheable, write a simple script that would run a query of the message table fetch the message id, subject offset and length. Then read the message body, and insert the subject & message body as references and the message id as key into your search engine.


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