Thursday, November 27, 2008 12:58 AMHi,
I'm new to SQL Server Compact, coming from MySQL and am wondering what is the best stategy to use full-text indexing within SQL Server Compact?
What I need is the fastest way to search through large datasets.
Do I just create specific full-text indices for the columns that I need (like I would do in MySQL), or are the some special techniques for SQL Server Compact, or as part of the .Net environment?
I'm not sure, if it's relevant, but I'm working with version 3.5 inside Visual Studio 2008 using C#.
any help or pointers are greatly appreciated!
thanks a lot...
Monday, December 01, 2008 5:06 AMAnswerer
SQL Server Compact does not support full-text indexing. You may prefer to use SQL Server Express for using full-text indexing.
SQL Server Express is free and can be downloaded from here : http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=58CE885D-508B-45C8-9FD3-118EDD8E6FFF&displaylang=en
Thanks & Regards,
Sunday, July 19, 2009 4:13 PMHi,
You suggested to use SQL Server Express (to make use of full-text indexing).
My development is on Windows CE based mobile device. Can I install SQL Server Express in Windows CE?
If not, how to do a full-text search/index in SQL Server Company Edition?
Tuesday, July 21, 2009 8:19 AMAnswerer1. SQL Server Express can only be deployed on a Desktop machine. You may use SQL Client (installed with SQL Compact SDK) support to connect to a database on SQL Express.
Look int Directory:
%Program Files%\Microsoft SQL Server Compact Edition\v3.5\Devices\Client\wce500\[Processor]\*.cab files
2. "Full-Text" seach is not avaliable in SQL Compact.
3. What do you mean by "index in SQL Server Company Edition". SQL Compact supports creation of indexes.
Thanks & regards,
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