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Customize Microsoft Search Server

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Project Description

Project requirements:



1) Install a full version of Microsoft Search Server (MSS) on a hosted WinServer 2008 machine to which you shall have RDP access.



2) Customize MSS to add the ability to tag documents with predefined fixed number of attributes

Specifically, department and rank.



- department

relates to a certain department in the company

e.g. development or research department



- rank

allow user to rank importance/relevance of document

e.g. 0 = Is not useful, 1 = Is fairly useful, 2 = Is very useful)



Typical use-case scenarios:



* A user can click on a document link to open the document from the search query results.

While reading it user may find it useful so will choose some UI option to assign a rank to it.

Essentially setting a value to indicate how relevant the document is.



* A user issues a query with a keyword and optionally by providing a ranking too.

The results page will show the list of documents along with any tags (e.g. research, rank).





Future changes:

Using a markup tool (e.g. Adobe PDF markup) allow user to markup a document and allow searches based on the markup.

This is not necessarily required in the first phase of this project but just mentioned so you know what could be

coming up.




## Deliverables

Pls bid only if you meet the following:



1) you already have a good rating on RAC

2) you are available to start immediately or soon from your home

3) you have experience with Sharepoint and/or MSS (especially since MSS is somewhat dependent on Sharepoint)



If you have already worked with me then pls do not respond unless you can really implement this project.

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