>I'm wondering what is a good general approach to enabling site-wide
>searches on any topic on a 100% PHP-powered portal-type site for a
>tertiary institution (yet to be built). Most if not all content will be
>contained in a database, spread across potentially many different
>How can all this stuff be searched efficiently and effectively to
>hopefully find the punter what they're looking for? Searching the
>sometimes lengthy "main content" fields (eg. an academic paper) in every
>table of the entire database for every search doesn't seem like the way to
>go. But apart from attempting to add some kind of subjective "search
>term" fields to the data, I can't see how else it can be done.
Google for "htdig and PHP" and see if maybe the answer is to not do it in
PHP at all...
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