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Hi there:
I want to setup a web with a lot of pdf files. Is there any software to index and search within the pdf files? I need to set up a search engine for this fils. Any help?
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MS Indexserver will, but for that you'll have to run the IIS webserver.
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http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/3469/indexmaker.html

above is a simple perl script if not IIS, if ISS i remember that there is a beta link library on the adobe site that their tech people weren't aware of until recently, probably because resellers similar solutions were selling for $20k+, or so i have read.
I have forgotten its' name, but hope this gets ya started
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