> > b) Check out MSSQL 7's capabilities and weep.
> BTW, have you studied MSSQL enough to tell me if it has a
> (as a process) fti engine or just another index type.
It is standalone - separate process, data is stored in separate files (not
In SQL Server 7.0, you also have to manually update the index. Just updating
the values in the table does *NOT* update the index. (Can be scheduled, of
course, but not live)
In SQL Server 2000 the index can be auto-updated when rows change, but it's
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