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SearchBlox Simplifies Search Integration for ColdFusion Users

Developers can access the advanced search capabilities of SearchBlox Content Search Software using CFML

RICHMOND, Va., May 2 /PRNewswire/ -- SearchBlox Software, Inc. has released the SearchBlox CFML Custom Tag which simplifies the integration of SearchBlox Content Search Software with ColdFusion. ColdFusion users can leverage the advanced search capabilities of SearchBlox directly using the CFML Custom Tag.

SearchBlox offers CFML users significant benefits compared to existing search products:

- Cross Platform: SearchBlox is 100% Java and can be deployed on any platform that supports Java. SearchBlox has been tested on Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, UNIX, IBM AIX, Solaris, HP-UX, and z/OS - Remote Host Indexing: SearchBlox has built-in crawlers to index HTTP(S), File system and RSS/Atom content. SearchBlox also supports HTTP BASIC and form-based authentication for crawling - Administration: SearchBlox is entirely managed using a simple, browser- based Admin Console. SearchBlox requires no command line configuration - Scalability: SearchBlox can seamlessly scale from a few hundred documents to millions of documents. SearchBlox is available on a simple document-based pricing model that meets varying customer requirements - Deployment: SearchBlox can be deployed as a J2EE Web Component to all major J2EE Application Servers including Weblogic, JBoss, IBM Websphere, Oracle OAS, JRun and Apache Tomcat. SearchBlox is also available as a standalone application for Windows, Mac OS X and Unix/Linux Platforms.

More information on the SearchBlox CFML Custom Tag is available at http://www.searchblox.com/integration_cfml.html

The SearchBlox Free Edition is available free of charge and can index up to 1000 documents. The software can be downloaded from http://www.searchblox.com/.

About SearchBlox Software

SearchBlox Software, Inc. was founded in 2003 with the vision to create "search middleware" - ubiquitous search tools that are part of the software infrastructure. The aim is to provide customers with the infrastructure required to implement search functionality quickly and efficiently. A key part of this vision is to make these tools accessible to both technical and non- technical users.

SearchBlox Software, Inc. is privately held and is based in Richmond, Virginia USA.

For more information, visit http://www.searchblox.com/

SearchBlox is a registered trademark of SearchBlox Software, Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.

SearchBlox Software, Inc.

CONTACT: Robert Selvaraj of SearchBlox Software, Inc., +1-703-485-4601 or
[email protected]

Web site: http://www.searchblox.com/

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