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hw_getobjectbyftqueryobj — Executes a full-text search on the whole database and returns the object records and statistics of matching objects.


array hw_getobjectbyftqueryobj(hw_link, query, max_hits);
resource hw_link: Connection ID to Hyperwave server
string query: Search query (full-text query syntax)
int max_hits: Maximum number of hits to return


Indexed array of object records; FALSE on error


hw_getobjectbyftqueryobj() executes a full-text query on the database and returns an indexed array of the object records of any matching objects. If max_hits is -1 all hits are returned; otherwise, the search stops after finding max_hits hits.

The last element of the returned array is an associative array containing statistics about the found objects.

If no matching objects are found, the returned array contains only the statistics array.


PHP 4 since 4.0.4


Example 492. Full-text search for object records in the whole database

/* Find all object records of objects containing the word 'linens'. */
$ret = hw_getobjectbyftqueryobj($hw_link, 'linens', -1);
echo "Return type: " . gettype($ret) . ": ";

/* Same thing, but limit to the first three hits. */
$ret = hw_getobjectbyftqueryobj($hw_link, 'linens', 3);
echo "Return type: " . gettype($ret) . ": ";

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