On May 30, 2006, at 5:57 PM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: >> http://dewey.library.nd.edu/morgan/kinosearch/ > > Yet again, you create the interface and translate that into the > language of the indexer/search engine. (That is *really* what > Z39.50 and SRW/U are for.) Not the other way around. I have implemented a simple SRU2KinoSearch client: http://dewey.library.nd.edu/morgan/kinosearch/sru/client.html Brian Cassidy brought to my attention that KinoSearch supports the same query language as Lucence, and since the Perl module named CQ::Node contains a toLucene method for converting CQL queries into Lucene queries, I was able to interface with my KinoSearch index. Thus, Simple SRU2KinoSearch Client. Hooray for open source software and open standards! -- Eric Lease Morgan I'm hiring a Senior Programmer Analyst. See http:// dewey.library.nd.edu/morgan/programmer/.