Web spiders updating dynamic pages
A repository is similar to any other system that stores data, like a modern day database.The only difference is that a repository does not need all the functionality offered by a database system.
To ensure that highlighting is correct, you can use the caching feature in dt Search to have dt Search store the web pages as they are indexed so hit highlighting is done using the stored data.
For example, the site may include a unique code on each login form that must be returned with that login form, which makes it impossible to log in automatically.
For more information see Troubleshooting -- Spider forms authentication problems.
The archive is known as the repository and is designed to store and manage the collection of web pages.
The repository only stores HTML pages and these pages are stored as distinct files.