Perform OmniFind searches from .NET using Web services

Use IBM OmniFind Enterprise Edition Web services to perform searches from applications based on Microsoft .NET technology

From the developerWorks archives

Massimiliano Carra

Date archived: August 31, 2016 | First published: February 05, 2009

In this article, learn how to implement a basic Microsoft® .NET search application using the IBM® OmniFind® Enterprise Edition Web services interface. Besides providing a powerful Java™ Application Programming Interface that permits developers to integrate its search capabilities in J2EE- or Java-based custom applications, OmniFind Enterprise Edition also makes available a Web services programming interface that you can use to to perform searches using any programming language that supports Web services and SOAP standards.

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