Although SQL Server 7 is the more robust and scalable database for full-text searching, many developers still use Microsoft Access for less-demanding database applications. You can search an Access database if you concatenate the field names in your query.
For example, in the following ASP code, the SQL query combines the FirstName and LastName fields, uses the keyword LIKE and then wraps the search fragment in wildcard characters. When run against the NorthWind database, this query produces a recordset of all employees with the letters “an” in their names.
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