By katsumii on Jan 06, 2014
This is a 2nd in a series of "How I use SQL daily on my Windows7". 1st one was about Firefox download history.
Today's SQL does sort of the equivalent of this GUI.
Firstly, I downloaded C# source and compiled WSSQL.exe executable file.
Windows Search through Structured Query Language (SQL)
Next, I run this WSSQL.exe with long SQL text given as 1st arg.
Below is an example of SQL and results.
I searched for files with the word "snmpSubscriber" in full path or its contents and
the SQL returned 3 columns where 2nd column shows indexed time and 3rd column
shows how many times the word appears in file content.
I could find 5 pdf files which are Exadata docs.
$ WSSQL.exe \ > "SELECT System.ItemPathDisplay,System.Search.GatherTime,System.Search.HitCount \ > FROM SystemIndex \ > where contains(*,'snmpSubscriber') And System.Kind !='email' \ > order by System.Search.HitCount" Query=SELECT System.ItemPathDisplay,System.Search.GatherTime,System.Search.HitCount FROM SystemIndex where contains(*,'snmpSubscriber') And System.Kind !='email' order by System.Search.HitCount C:\kinoue\materials\Exadata.Admin.Partners\e13862.pdf;2014/01/04 18:33:49;4; C:\kinoue\materials\Exadata.Admin.Partners\e23333.pdf;2014/01/04 0:48:43;8; C:\kinoue\materials\Exadata.Admin.Partners\e27442.pdf;2014/01/04 0:48:37;11; C:\kinoue\materials\Exadata.Admin.Partners\e13874.pdf;2014/01/04 0:50:17;12; C:\kinoue\materials\Exadata.Admin.Partners\e13861.pdf;2014/01/04 0:50:32;16;
BTW, Oracle Database has full text search capability for over many releases and CONTAINS() operator works similarly.
CONTAINSoperator in the
WHEREclause of a
SELECTstatement to specify the query expression for a Text query.