Microsoft Index Server

Posted on 2000-04-26
Last Modified: 2011-09-20
i have an index created in one folder in another server A .. will i be able to run the script in server B and search using the index created in server A?
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Normally you will not be ablo to do so, unless you use a page with frames.

In the top frame you load the asp or other script of the index server A, and in the bottom you load the index server script of server B.

But I do not think that you can pass the values to server B.

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i guess so .. i'll change to site server then.

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What is wrong with my answer?

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