Fess is very powerful and easily deployable Enterprise Search Server. You can install and run Fess quickly on any platforms, which have Java runtime environment. Fess is provided under Apache license.
Fess is Elasticsearch based search server, but knowledge/experience about Elasticsearch is NOT needed because of All-in-One Enterprise Search Server. Fess provides Administration GUI to configure the system on your browser. Fess also contains a crawler, which can crawl documents on Web/FileSystem/DB and supports many file formats, such as MS Office, pdf and zip.
For Site Search feature, see FSS JS Genertor. Fess Site Search is Google Site Search alternative.
Fess 12.1 is available. The release page is HERE.
$ unzip fess-12.1.x.zip $ cd fess-12.1.x $ ./bin/fess
For the details, see Installation Guide.
- Search UI: http://localhost:8080/
- Admin UI: http://localhost:8080/admin/ (username/password is admin/admin)
You can register crawling targets on Web/File System/Data Store of admin pages, and then start Crawler on Scheduler page manually.
Fess on Docker Hub
We provide Docker image on Docker Hub. For more details, see Public Repository.
Migration from Other Systems
Please see MIGRATION.md.
Please see fess-xpack.
Get Source Code
First of all, clone Fess's repository:
$ cd ~/workspace $ git clone https://github.com/codelibs/fess.git
and then import it as Maven project on Eclipse or other IDE.
Setup for Elasticsearch Plugins
Run antrun:run to download plugins into plugins directory:
$ mvn antrun:run
Run or debug org.codelibs.fess.FessBoot on IDE, and then access http://localhost:8080/
Run package goal and then the release file is created in target/releases.
$ mvn package $ mvn rpm:rpm # .rpm package $ mvn jdeb:jdeb # .deb package
Generate Source Code
$ mvn dbflute:download # (one time command) $ mvn dbflute:freegen $ mvn license:format
Launch Fess Server and run the following command:
$ mvn test -P integrationTests -Dtest.fess.url="http://localhost:8080" -Dtest.es.url="http://localhost:9201"
To run a single test case, you can use:
$ mvn test -P integrationTests -Dtest.fess.url="http://localhost:8080" -Dtest.es.url="http://localhost:9201 -Dtest=SearchApiTests"
Translate In Your Language
Fess is internationalized software.
If you want to add labels/messages for your language, please translate properties file and then rename to fess_*_[lang].properties.
We are waiting for pull requests of your language.