MATCH « FullText Search « SQL / MySQL

Home
SQL / MySQL
1.Aggregate Functions
2.Backup Load
3.Command MySQL
4.Cursor
5.Data Type
6.Database
7.Date Time
8.Engine
9.Event
10.Flow Control
11.FullText Search
12.Function
13.Geometric
14.I18N
15.Insert Delete Update
16.Join
17.Key
18.Math
19.Procedure Function
20.Regular Expression
21.Select Clause
22.String
23.Table Index
24.Transaction
25.Trigger
26.User Permission
27.View
28.Where Clause
29.XML
SQL / MySQL » FullText Search » MATCH 
1.A MATCH expression for fulltext search can be used to order results.
2.Use MATCH in where statement
3.MATCH(TITLE) AGAINST ('to')
4.Using match in where clause
5.Using match in select statement
6.Using the same match...against clause in select clause and where clause
7.Matches two words
8.Matches two columns
9.Matches two columns in boolean mode
10.Match two words in boolean mode
11.Match against a long sentence
12.Get the numbers and relevance values of the books in which distributed appears in the summary.
13.Get the numbers and titles of the books in which database appears in the title.
14.Get the numbers and titles of the books in which the phrase design implementation appears.
15.You can include additional criteria to narrow the search further.
16.Full-Text Search syntax
java2s.com  | Contact Us | Privacy Policy
Copyright 2009 - 12 Demo Source and Support. All rights reserved.
All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.