I don't have a lot of experience with Funnelback, so I'm unsure if what I want to do is possible.
I have a large file that contains a lot of structured data (currently in JSON but can be converted to CSV/XML etc) and would like to be able to both index/search the information in this file as well as display the result "page" with Funnelback. (ie. Rather than sending the user to a static webpage with the information, use Funnelback to display that information.)
An example might help explain this better. Say this file contains information about mammals, and for each mammal entry (in this file) there's the name of the mammal, a description, details on lifespan, habitat, diet and other information.
Ideally, I'd do a search for bear and the results would show me the name and description (from the file) for everything that matches. (Normal Funnelback behaviour.) However, when I click the result for Polar bear, Funnelback acts as the result page and shows me all the other information it has indexed from the file. If this were possible, I'd assume we'd pass new URL parameters to Funnelback to use a custom template that only displays only the specified result (or something along those lines).
Is this possible? There are almost 5000 entries in this file, so it's not feasible to create static pages for each.