What´s the easier way to implement a full te xt search in my app

Plugin? what?
Manually? How? (Soma links please)

On May 9, 3:21 pm, flaubert [email protected] wrote:

Plugin? what?
Manually? How? (Soma links please)

Assuming you are using mysql the easiest way is probably mysql’s
fulltext search (because you don’t need to worry about running
indexing tools, having a search daemon running etc.)

Fred

On May 9, 4:20 pm, Frederick C. [email protected]
wrote:

On May 9, 3:21 pm, flaubert [email protected] wrote:

Plugin? what?
Manually? How? (Soma links please)

Assuming you are using mysql the easiest way is probably mysql’s
fulltext search (because you don’t need to worry about running
indexing tools, having a search daemon running etc.)

should add that this lacks some of the sophistication of other
solutions and that the reason I stopped using it on one app was
because it was getting pretty sluggish with a couple of hundred
thousand documents.

Fred

On May 9, 10:40 am, Frederick C. [email protected]
wrote:

On May 9, 4:20 pm, Frederick C. [email protected]
wrote:> On May 9, 3:21 pm, flaubert [email protected] wrote:

Plugin? what?

In Nick Plante and David Berube’s book “Practical Rails Plugins”
Chapter 16 talks about implementing the plugin Sphinx to do Full Text
Search.

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