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/customsearch/community?hl=en
10/25/10
Original Poster
lanceshaw

Multi language sites

We have multiple sites, under the same docroot, but all with their own native TLDs and native languages. For example

www.domain.com = /home/user/public_html
www.domain.de = /home/user/public_html/german
ww.domain.mx = /home/public_html/spanish

Etc.

We need each of these sites indexed separately, e.g. When someone does a search from www.domain.mx it only returns results from the Spanish language site. Or, if someone does a search from www.domain.com, it only returns results in English (excluding the German, Spanish etc. sub-directories).

Two questions:

1. Can this kind of segregation be accomplished with GSS?
2. Would each domain need to be licensed separately with GSS?

Thank you in advance for your helpful replies.

2010-10-25
EDIT: Third question:

Is there a demo version of the product available for evaluation?
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prakan
10/29/10
prakan
You can always get the experience of the search engine by creating a free CSE engine from here
http://www.google.com/cse/

You can test this out with the free CSE version. The only difference with the free CSE and GSS is few features
http://www.google.com/support/customsearch/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=72326

You can try using the refinements and filter the results accordingly
http://code.google.com/apis/customsearch/docs/refinements.html

Another option is to use the language restrict "lr" parameter
http://www.google.com/cse/docs/resultsxml.html#wsSampleQueries
EWTC_GmbH
2/15/11
EWTC_GmbH
I think the best way so separate search results from different domains/languages is the as_sitesearch  parameter in combination with as_dt.
 
You can build just one big search index over all domains and control the output of search results on different domains easy.
 
 
 
 
 
Muhammad ShariQ Ali
3/9/15
Muhammad ShariQ Ali
link is not working
 
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