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Do I still need a "non-full-text" search index?

I have a database table with a field that is indexed as a "full-text"
search, since I want the capabiity. However, I also want the ability to
quickly retrieve records from that table that are ins "sorted-order" by this
very same field.

Do I still need to create a "regular" non-full-text search index to have
this capability? Or will the "full-text" index be sufficient?

Thanks.
Aug 17 '05 #1
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