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Hello,

I have a database of 100million rows and need to do a like statement with "%test%". I understand that it does not use an index and it is really slow and resource intensive.

Is there a way to use a Full Text search to get the middle of words? I know you can use word beginnings like '"test*"' but what about '"*test*"' and return the same results as a like "%test%"

For example:
I need to search "abas" and return results like "database".

Any suggestions or am I stuck with the like statement?
Sep 21 '12 #1
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iam_clint
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i don't see why '"*test*"' wouldn't return the same results as like "%test%"

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  1. select name from blah where contains(name, '"*test*"')
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Sep 22 '12 #2

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