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Searching in a Large Number of Documents

Usually, a searching software is able to achieve fast search responses because, instead of search the text directly, it searches an index. This would be the equivalent of retrieving pages in a book related to a keyword by searching the index at the back of a book, as opposed to searching the words in each page of the book. Using GroupDocs.Search for Indexing and Searching Problem: Suppose you have 10 million documents of different file formats, e.
August 2, 2019 · 2 min · Muhammad Umar

Perform Wildcard Search in GroupDocs.Search for Java 18.12

We are pleased to announce the monthly release of GroupDocs.Search for Java 18.12. Using the latest version, you can now index and search blended characters and perform a wildcard search. We would recommend you to install and use the latest version of the API. Features Following are the new features introduced in the latest version: Blended Characters SearchGroupDocs.Search for Java API 18.12 introduces a new class of characters - blended. When indexing, blended characters are interpreted simultaneously as valid letters and as separators.
December 31, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Work with Blended Characters using GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.12

We are delighted to announce the monthly release of GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.12. Using the latest version, you can now index and search blended characters and perform a wildcard search. We would recommend you to install and use the latest version of the API. Features Following are the new features introduced in the latest version: Blended Characters SearchGroupDocs.Search for .NET API 18.12 introduces a new class of characters - blended. When indexing, blended characters are interpreted simultaneously as valid letters and as separators.
December 31, 2018 · 3 min · Ali Ahmed

Releasing GroupDocs.Search for Java - Document Searching and Indexing API

We are pleased to announce that the first version of GroupDocs.Search for Java has been released. The API allows Java developers to perform searching and indexing operations against various formats to gain data insights. One can easily perform actions to search through different directories and documents for text occurrences, basic metadata fields, file names, document types and many more. Please continue to read more about the features and the file formats supported by the API.
November 2, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Upcoming Release of GroupDocs.Search for Java

We are about to release GroupDocs.Search for Java, a full-featured, back-end API that could easily be utilized by Java developers in their projects. It is a fascinating document search API that extracts text and metadata from documents. Furthermore, it performs advanced searching and indexing operations on the basis of fuzzy and synonym algorithms. API also supports full-text search. Features Offered by GroupDocs.Search for JavaGroupDocs will keep on updating this API with new features.
October 24, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Get List of Indexed Documents using GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.9

We are pleased to announce the monthly release of GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.9. Using the latest version, you can now get the list of indexed documents and document’s text from the index archive. Moreover, you can now save encodings automatically which were used to extract text from TXT files. We would recommend you to install and use the latest version of the API. Enhancements Following are the enhancements introduced in the latest version:
September 24, 2018 · 3 min · Ali Ahmed

Cancel All Operations in IndexRepository using GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.8

We are proudly announcing the monthly release of GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.8. Using the latest version, you can now cancel all operations in IndexRepository. We would recommend you to install and use the latest version of the API. Enhancements Following are the enhancements introduced in the latest version: Breaking functionality for IndexRepository ClassUsing the latest version you can now cancel the operations in all indexes in the index repository. The cancelling is not instantaneous and in cases of operations with large documents, the breaking can take about a second.
August 27, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Search for Morphological Word Forms using GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.7

We are proudly announcing the monthly release of GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.7. Using the latest version, you can search for morphological word forms. Furthermore, you can now break updating, merging and indexing operations manually. We would recommend you to install and use the latest version of API. Enhancements Following are the enhancements introduced in the latest version: Search for Morphological Word FormsThe latest version of API allows you to search for singular and plural forms of a noun at the same time.
July 31, 2018 · 3 min · Ali Ahmed

Break Indexing Operation Manually using GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.6

GroupDocs team is pleased to announce the monthly release of GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.6. Using the latest version, you can now break indexing operation manually. Furthermore, obsolete Relevance property is removed from the DetailResultInfo method and ImportDictionary and ExportDictonary methods are added to index dictionaries. We would recommend you to install and use the latest version of API. Break Indexing Operation ManuallyUsing GroupDocs.Search API you can break indexing operation manually. The break is not instantaneous and in cases of indexing large documents, the breaking can take about a second.
July 2, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Indexing of more than 1 TB of Text Documents in GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.4

GroupDocs team is pleased to announce the monthly release of GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.4. Using the latest version, you can now perform indexing of more than 1 TB of text documents. We would recommend you to download the latest version for better user experience. Support for Indexing of more than 1 TB of Text DocumentsUsing GroupDocs.Search for .NET version 18.4, you can now implement indexing of text documents of more than 1 TB in size.
April 17, 2018 · 1 min · Ali Ahmed