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Old 03-07-2010, 04:37 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by CleverClothe View Post
I have thought about this too. I have already done this for the bug tracking system at my work, so I have some experience.
That is great. Your help is welcome.

I have been looking at various ways to accomplish this. See my question on stackoverflow. It is fairly easy to add a search connector to a web based service (even a localhost one) but the MSDN documentation sketchy about a local store. The microsoft guy behind the open search feature is here. Relevant MSDN - 1 ,2

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calibre can already export its database in several XML based formats. See the calibredb command or the catalog generation feature in the GUI
That may be helpful somehow but I still think there should be a RSS/ATOM feed via the content server. There are a whole bunch of possibilities with feeds. It should also be able to accept the usual params like Query, Index, StartingPage, MaxResults ets

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