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General Information

TrialWorks Search Server is a quick and easy to way to search instantly your TrialWorks database. Run a keyword search using a configured firm wide intranet. Browse files as if you browsing the internet. The user interface consists of a Sharepoint site which has been designed to easily browse for documents by filename, author, category and content. The server includes a utility that will monitor for new PDFs and automatically OCR them if necessary.

Technical Information

TrialWorks Search Server is powered by Microsoft Search Server Express. Information about Microsoft Search Server can be found at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee808898.aspx

The index will store approximately 300,000 items with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express, or 10 million items with SQL Server.

After the initial indexing or crawl, the server begins incremental crawls every hour and a full crawl week.

The OCR utility consists of file listener using Windows File Listener that picks up the PDF file instantly when you place it under the content source(Case Files).

Document tabs are crawled initially in the following sequence:

Correspondence
Legal/Discovery
Motions
Medical
Medical Tab
Pleadings
Subpoena
Deposition
Memo
Appeals
Ancillary
E-Mails
Production Tracker
Witness Interview
Research
Damages/Liability
Trial Material
Insurance
Liens
Investigation
Costs
Notes
Docket

Software Requirements

Operating Systems

Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012

Other Software

Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard/Express SP1 64-bit Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Standard/Express SP3 64-bit

Hardware Requirements

4 core 64b-bit Processor 8 GB RAM Minimum. 16 GB Recommended for server also running SQL 80 GB system drive with at least 16 gigs free after all software has been installed.

FAQ

How are the results sorted?

The results are sorted by relevance. The relevance determination algorithm has been developed by Microsoft Research and Windows Live Search.

Screenshots