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full-text search mysql

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Hi,

I building a little site using PHP and mysql. Now I want to make full
text searches on some columns in one table. The problem is that I have
25 colums in the table that I want to put at full-text index on. I
belive there is a limitation of 14(?) colums. What is the proper way
to handle this?

Reading about full-text indexes, do I have to make a "repair table..."
after each time I insert data in the table the will be included in the
indexed columns? If this is the case I must repair the table every
time I insert anything?!

I am using "DBDesigner 4". How can I see in my table that it is a
full-text index. Seems like it appears as a normal index in my data
definition as well as in the reversed engineered graphical
interface...

thanks,

karolina
Jul 17 '05 #1
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