On Mon, 2 Dec 2002, jtjohnston wrote:
> SELECT id,AU,ST,BT,AT FROM jdaxell.ccl WHERE MATCH
> (TNum,YR,AU,ST,SD,BT,BC,AT,PL,PR,PG,LG,AUS,KW,GEO,AN,RB,CO) AGAINST
> ('"ready maria"' IN BOOLEAN MODE) ORDER
> BY id asc
> When I run the same (copied and pasted) SQL in PHP, it is as though
> MySQL is doing a boolean search for `+ready +maria` without the double
> quotes and finding results in every database. if you search for "ready
> maria" it should only find one entry.
Escape the double quotes. ('\"ready maria\"' IN BOOLEAN ....
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