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|Relational Database Search using Google Search Appliance|
| 12:11 pm on Sep 11, 2006 (gmt 0)|
One of the differences between Google Mini and Google Search Appliance is that the search appliance provide the capability to Index databases directly.
i.e. one can create full text indexes on relational databases, which are external to the database, sitting on a different physical box.
What is the use case of such an application? Why would anyone want to Index the content of the relational database external to the database?
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