A new paper has just been published on the developerWorks site, "Build up your own search center using IBM Lotus Quickr content services":
In this article, we give an example of how to build a customized search center using the IBM Lotus Quickr content services. In the example, the Lotus Quickr search service is used to get search results and the Lotus Quickr document services are used to retrieve detailed properties of the search results, which are then used to implement customized functions such as sorting, categorizing, and filtering.This relates to just the J2EE version of Quickr, and is a pretty technical piece of documentation:
This article demonstrates how to build up your own solution using Lotus Quickr content services; it includes an example of a customized search center.
To get the most from this article, you should already have an understanding of:However, if that's for you, go take a look...
* IBM Lotus Quickr
* Representational State Transfer (REST) services
* Web services based on SOAP
* Atom syndication format
* IBM WebSphere Portal
* Java programming
By: Quickr Blog (Stuart McIntyre) | 0 Comments | On: 7 August 2008 07:16:05 | Tags: quickr lotus developerworks