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Hi....

I am looking for a search engine written with ASP.
It would need to connect to a ODBC database and do the main searching in there..

The main feature I am looking for is to display a certain number of results at one time and have NEXT and PREVIOUS buttons.

Would you be able to direct me to a site that has some info about this....

Thanks.
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Take a look at Index Server 2.0 and the samples that come with it (in the option pack). There is a COM interface for Indexserver, which can be used from an ASP, instead of those stupid .hqx files.
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I found that a great site for any ASP database access and ASP in general is http://www.genusa.com/asp. This also has many links to examples of ASP code.

It sounds like to me that you would have to create a connection to your ODBC db, send a SQL statement and then process the information. Once you have the data in a recordset (similiar to vb terminology), you can see how many records you have and format your output accordingly.

Hope this helps or is what you are looking for.

andrew
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