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TREX in cFolders


I need to Integrate Trex with cFolders for the documents search speedily. My Queries here are

1. Is TREX integration only possible for Attribute based search or all search types (including Simple search , Advanced Search and Atribute based Search?

2. Can We find the Documents through its content (inside the documents) or the Search through TREX is limited to only finding the documents based on its metadata (in Attribute based search).



Ramesh Nachimuthu

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2010 at 06:15 AM


    TREX is a search engine offered by SAP for search of content in the content management system. This search facility will index documents and make full text retrieval available to users in SAP or the Portal. In short, its SAP's version of google for documents.

    With the help of TREX , you can search anything within the document.

    Its give you the functionality to search anything.

    Search and Classification (TREX) is the central SAP NetWeaver search engine that provides underlying search technology and functions for Enterprise Knowledge Management and Search Engine Service (SES). TREX offers an integrated set of services and is a basic part of the SAP NetWeaver Search Integration Capabilities. TREX services include search and retrieval in large document collections, text mining, automatic document classification, and search and aggregation of structured data in SAP applications. TREX can handle text from documents in numerous formats, including Microsoft Office and Adobe formats (PDF), and more than 30 languages. TREX search options, such as exact, Boolean, fuzzy, or linguistic searches, and classification options such as query-based or example-based classification, offer great power and flexibility to end users.


    Nitin Bhagat

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