Integrate Search Into Your Site With ASP.NET

Windows Live™ Search crawls content on the Internet and also exposes search functionality to developers through a Web service that allows the search to be scoped down to just your site. You can then render the results however you see fit.

Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 is another good choice. It's a complete site-building and management solution that also provides robust search functionality. Figure 1 shows the results of a SharePoint Search integrated into a custom ASP.NET page.

If you're only interested in enterprise search, you may opt for the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 for Search edition (rather than the Standard or Enterprise versions of MOSS). The main differences are the maximum number of documents they can index and the ability to index advanced content such as external databases. However, even with the Standard version of the Search edition you can index file shares, Exchange public folders, Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) sites, and external Web sites.

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