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Re: Re: Is TikiWiki appropiate for an IT department KB

Catalan Countries

> One thing to note with the knowledge base idea is that the vanilla TikiWiki searching can be a bit hit and miss. I implemented IBM's Omnisearch with great success (so far).
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Rikrak, I would be great if you could contribute your Omnisearch-adaapted-to-Tiki code as a TikiMod.
Search feature in Tiki is something that many non-dev people would like to see improved...
xavi

United Kingdom

> Rikrak, I would be great if you could contribute your Omnisearch-adaapted-to-Tiki code as a TikiMod.
> Search feature in Tiki is something that many non-dev people would like to see improved...
> xavi
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Hi Xavi,

We currently have the search feature on it's own web page - we then have a link to it from our tw site. The next step is to integrate it into the site itself. This'll be a two phase project: First to create the appropriate search input form with the results output to a new browser window, secondly to integrate the results into tw's main frame. I don't see there being a big problem with all of this apart from time! Oh, and I need to learn php toobiggrin

When it's done I'll post some sort of "how-to" and publish any code that was necessary.

rikrak


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