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FTSearch should also search through the unindexed documents
In a database, in order to find really all documents that match a query, our current approach is to execute an FTSearch, check the last indexed time, get a view of recently modified documents, and loop through them to find the rest, if any. IMHO this is the way that FTSearch should operate, logically, and intuitively. Some say that there are technical reasons why this is impossible (my idea on IdeaJam got voted down), but they hold no ground in my opinion: why should a programmer care if the Indexer has done its job or not? FTSearch is already very fast, and it would still be fast if it were completed by a simple search through the unindexed documents to add those missing as well as the deletetion stubs to remove those that have recently been deleted.