Zebra would be a good choice : http://indexdata.dk/zebra for a
baseline index that will make the collection available via Z39.50.
Depending on what format the journals are in (XML, free text?)
you will need to configure the '.abs' file to specify access
There will be a Zebra plugin architecture for Koha very shortly,
meaning once you've got your collection's .abs file set up (something
I'd be happy to help with), you could make the collection available
via a library catalog. It will support full CQL queries which would
be especially nice for full-text searching ... ping me off list if
you want more details.
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On Thu, Feb 23, 2006 at 09:29:25PM -0500, Eric Lease Morgan wrote:
> I have mirrored 50 GB of journal data from the open access journal
> literature, and I'm curious to know, what indexer would you use to
> index this data?
> Eric Lease Morgan
> University Libraries of Notre Dame