On Mon, 10 Jan 2005, LeVan,Ralph wrote:
>> This index is used with the index (and relation) are omitted from a
>> search clause,
but may be given explicitly in a query as well.
>> The server will choose one or more indexes for the
>> given term, which may or may not otherwise be accessible to the end
> Seems like these two names are switched. The first one is the list of
> all the indexes known to the user. The second one searches all index,
> known or not.
Known to the server, rather than known to the user. But I can see how you
could equally interpret it the other way around. Another suggestion for
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