6. November 2012 - 13:40 — admin
IDX-Docu Linker veröffentlicht
Who doesn't know the problem: You just want to find a specific place in a manual. But you simply don't know which manual it has been ... The normal procedure would be to open each and every PDF and search for the keyword. But maybe there are different spellings? Or you don't want to find the first hit but one of the latter?
Desktop search engines won't help you with there. For every spelling you will need a new search. And the result will only tell you the document containing the searchtext. This saves some time, but its not a full solution.
The alternative is opening every PDF in a viewer of your choice. Then search your keyword and click through all of the results ... with a large PDF (we have one with more then 12.000 pages!) this will take several minutes. For each document.
The IDX-Docu Linker (a programm you can use free of charge - Download) want's to solve this problem. The IDX-Docu Linker-Toolsuite allows to index and search PDF documents on a per-page base. We have tested it with dozens of really large PDFs - searching is done in milliseconds, every page found is displayed directly. With respect to the page-structure of the indexed pdfs pagetitles or similar can be displayed. And of course you can open the PDFs found with the correct page.
The IDX-Docu Linker supports searching with wildcards (Tas?e instead of Tasse or Taste, Kalen* instead of Kalender or Kalendarium, etc.), it provides an auto-completion filled with words found in the indexed PDFs, etc.
More information can be found here.
17. July 2009 - 19:14 — ora2tu
15 Jahre ORESTES
Im November 2008 haben wir 15 Jahre gefeiert.