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How To Create a MultiTable search?

Thread began 5/31/2012 6:24 pm by Peterson Design Studio - jefferis | Last modified 6/04/2012 5:08 pm by Peterson Design Studio - jefferis | 1769 views | 31 replies


Originally Said By: Dave Buchholz
  WADB Search does keyword search but not natural language searches if I understand your question correctly. This page fulltext-natural-language.html gives some examples of how a natural language search would work  

Thanks Dave,

I'm familiar with natural language searches. Since I was making separate procedures for the different types of searches, I was thinking I would want to do something similar for this, but, ...duh, this search does not involve a relational table.

I want to avoid executing unnecessary queries but keep the bindings tab available. I have done that by replacing a recordset after it was created (2 queries), but I have discovered, looking at WADA Search, that putting code between the mysql_select_db and the mysql_query commands does not screw up the recordset showing up in the bindings tab, so I am hoping I can do this for the natural language function.

$query_blogPosts = "SELECT id, title, seoURL, image, image_alt, summary, pubDate FROM blog_posts ORDER BY pubDate DESC";
if (isset($_GET['natlanSearch'])) {
$query_blogPosts = "[Natural Languiage Query Here]";

$query_limit_blogPosts = sprintf("%s LIMIT %d, %d", $query_blogPosts, $startRow_blogPosts, $maxRows_blogPosts);
$blogPosts = mysql_query($query_limit_blogPosts, $blog) or die(mysql_error()."<br>".$query_limit_blogPosts);
$row_blogPosts = mysql_fetch_assoc($blogPosts);

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