Full Text Indexing for Search

FusionDox gives you multiple ways to classify and organize documents.  To go with these features, there are multiple ways to browse and search for documents as well.


    • are full-text indexed for keyword searching
    • are assigned a document or content type
    • have lifecycle tracking
    • are auto-assigned meta data that includes the names of users who create and update documents
    • can have custom meta and taxonimy data assigned for quick reference


Users can keyword search for documents, which will search document titles and document content.  Search services keep track of which folders you have access to, and only search folders you have permission to open. 

Users will have no problem doing quick searches to find exactly what they are looking for quickly, as results across multiple folders are automatically sorted by relevance. 

A powerful search language lets power users craft very specific searches by grouping logical operators.


Every document or piece of content has a lot of associated "meta" data, both built in information, and also information that can be custom added by your FusionDox Administrator.  You can search for documents specifically using any of these meta fields, giving you a new level of control over finding exactly what you are looking for quickly.


FusionDox 2009 now lets you save and label your search results, whether you searched by keyword or attribute combinations.  You can then recall the updated search any time you want quickly.


Developers can leverage the FusionDox search API to expose a powerful search engine for your web applications, websites, mobile applications and more.  All the documents you store in your FusionDox repository are full text indexed, and then you can call the FusionDox API and pass in your query, and get back the results in XML so you can display them for users.  The document API even lets you read, modify and download documents so you can expose these features to end users.