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Querying the Index Programmatically

There are several ways to use Windows Search to query the index.

This section provides the conceptual framework for querying the index programmatically:

Note  Legacy Microsoft Windows Desktop Search (WDS) 2x compatibility: On computers running Windows XP and later, ISearchDesktop is deprecated. Instead, developers should use ISearchQueryHelper to get a connection string and to parse the user's query into Structured Query Language (SQL), and then query through Object Linking and Embedding Database (OLE DB).
 

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Windows Search Development Guide
Managing the Index
Extending the Windows Search Index
Extending Language Resources

 

 

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