GroupDocs.Search for Java allows you to produce business applications that allow your end-users to perform search operations like never before. Our Java API enables users to operate basic to advanced level text search functions. Create and merge multiple indexes. Use Simple, Boolean, Regular Expression (Regex), Fuzzy and other types of queries to rapidly and smartly search through indexes. You can fetch your required information, from files, documents, emails, and archives, as GroupDocs.Search for Java supports all popular file formats.
Following is an overview of GroupDocs.Search for Java:
GroupDocs.Search for Java supports all popular document file formats including: Microsoft Office, images, diagrams and many others.
GroupDocs.Search for Java supports following Operating Systems, Frameworks & Package Managers:
Build Index on Disk or in Memory with Async Multithreading
View Index Creation & Updation Progress
Selectively Skip Indexing for Specific Files & Skip Specific Words to Index Faster
Perform Import or Use List to Modify Characters during Indexing & Export to a File
Reload Index in case of Error Indexing & Alert User for Contradictory Settings
Index Status Notification regarding Latest Processed Files
Index Zipped Archives inside other ZIP Archives & Get List of Indexed Files in an Archive
Save up Space by Compact Indexing & Password Secured Documents Indexing
Document Text Extraction from Index or Source File
HTML Formatted Text Extraction to a File & Produce URL to Navigate Search Results in HTML
Add Arbitrary Additional Fields to each Document during Indexing
Configure Similarity Level for Fuzzy Search & Show Best Results
Smart Management of Typos through Fuzzy Search
Use Faceted & Boolean Search Simultaneously
Configure & Perform Synonyms Search & Smartly Deal with Homophonic Terms
Use Date Range & Case Sensitivity as Search Parameters
Make Index to Search & Browse Email Messages via Aspose.Email API
Use Search Phrases with Spell Check and Wild Cards & Skip Special Characters in Queries
Make Single Object Tree by Combining Multiple Queries
Divide Search in Smaller Chunks to Rapidly Search Huge Indexes
Index Documents from Streams and Data Structures
Set up Document Filtering in Search Results
Add English Synonyms to Default Synonym Dictionary
Enable Exact Number of Occurrences for each Found Word to Offer Alternative Word Suggestions in case of Misspelling
Add Text Attributes to Indexed Documents without Re-indexing
Perform Indexing and Searching Operations Based on Characters
Index Metadata of Non-Textual Document Formats
Indexing is used by GroupDocs.Search for Java to collect data, as well as store and parse it for accurate and efficient search operations. GroupDocs.Search for Java uses such Indexes frequently for performing search.
/ Creating index Index index = new Index("c:\\MyIndex"); // Adding documents to index index.addToIndex("c:\\MyDocuments"); // Searching for words 'affect' or 'effect' in a document with 'principal', 'principle', 'principles', or 'principally' SearchResults results = index.search("?ffect & princip?(2~4)");
GroupDocs.Search for Java API provides the feature to merge multiple indexes into a common index. For an index which is modified frequently, several delta indexes are created. This approach however, makes the search performance slow. GroupDocs.Search for Java overcomes this bottle-neck by creating one common index through merging various delta indexes. This common merged index contains all the information of the merged delta indexes. This approach keeps the delta indexes unchanged while remarkably improving the search efficiency. You can configure various functionalities to further tweak this process.
GroupDocs.Search for Java recognizes search queries that do not match your keyboard layout. At the moment, 88 languages and 164 different keyboard layouts can successfully be recognized by GroupDocs.Search for Java.
Using GroupDocs.Search for Java, you have freedom of searching for various word forms. You may search for singular and plural form of specific noun. Or you can choose to search all forms of a verb. Root, third-person singular and simple past along with various other forms can also be searched. For non English languages, you can configure customized word forms.