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Methods of Integrating Full-text and Fielded Data Search

Source: dtSearch Corp.
Integrating full-text and fielded data searches can help you find essential information more easily. Whether your existing metadata fields reside within a document or are stored in a separate database, a search index can combine full-text and fielded data dynamically. This allows multiple users to search the same documents with a single index—and a single user to integrate two searches in one query.


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