Release Notes: This new stable version brings lots of new features. It is now possible to create and manage scripts able to drive a browser with Selenium. The named entity recognition module has been finalized. The new 1.5 REST API has also been fully completed. Some bugs have been fixed: binary indexation does not fail anymore when using XML Load and the URL tag, and the highlighted XML attribute is now set on snippets nodes in Search API. Some other minor enhancements have been implemented, like the ability to choose different weight for phrase queries or term queries in the "Query (fields)" type of query.
Release Notes: This is the first beta release. This version is already pretty stable and used in several production environments. Index optimization is no longer required. Both file and Web crawlers are updated in realtime. The new search request includes new min, max, and count functions using collapsing. The REST crawler can index data available as a RESTful Web service using a JSON path.
Release Notes: This release introduced a new RESTFul Web service and a new REST crawler. All existing features have been dramatically improved. The build system is now based on Maven.
Release Notes: Phonetic searching, joints, named entities, geo-location, renderer, and more.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with double encoding when a URL contains whitespace or percent signs. The Tomcat package, Selenium, and Quartz libraries have been upgraded to their latest stable versions.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few issues from the previous release candidate. It is now possible to decide whether all the content of the RSS feed is indexed in only one document or if each item is indexed individually as one document in the index. The refresh action in the runtime/system tab panel no longer changes the selected tab. The failover mechanism in the parser is protected against infinite loops. In case of a parsing error, every kind of error is reported.
Release Notes: The second release candidate fixes a bug in RC0 which could crash the Java runtime while crawling websites with malformed cookies.
Release Notes: This release adds many user interface improvements and new features. A new PDF viewer is able to highlight searched keywords on PDF pages. This powerful new feature also supports scanned PDF documents (OCR). Visio and Publisher documents are supported, and RSS feeds are indexed. A new report module provides information on the most often-searched words and which words don't return a document. Information about users and groups are extracted while browsing CIFS/SMB and FTP repositories.
Release Notes: This release fixes an issue with the optimization task when it is launched by the Web crawler. It is now possible to make a replication between two instances running on non-identical operating systems (like Windows and Linux). Several HTML parser configurations can now be set up on one index. Crawlers can run forever or only once. The locking issue has been identified and fixed. The join query has been improved.
Release Notes: This release adds more than 20 new features, including phonetic indexation, SOAP Web service, geolocated search, YouTube, Dailymotion, and Vimeo indexation (using APIs), crawl cache on filesystem or Hadoop base, smaller memory footprint, and faster execution.