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"Advanced Search" for Scripts


"Advanced Search" for Scripts

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willspurgeon
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I would appreciate some kind of advanced search on "scripts", or maybe a "search within results" feature.

We have a wonderfully huge library of community scripts at this point, so much so that I often get 1000+ pages of results for any search. It seems to be doing a "match any words" type search. This makes it not quite usable b/c it's too broad.

One alternative I discovered today is just using a google site search "site:www.sqlservercentral.com/scripts/ Find Default Data and Log File Paths", but this seems a little silly :-P and you have to wait for Google to index any new stuff.

My real goal is to use the SSC suitcase as my cloud script box, but this is a little tough when I can't even find scripts I just added.

Thanks for your consideration.
- Will
Steve Jones
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Good idea, and definitely needed. I've asked for a few items to be added to search and they've been bumped on the list. We have a few things in progress, but I'm hoping this iwll be odne soon.

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willspurgeon
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Great to hear! Thanks for taking input.
Michael 97042
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I'd like to be able to sort search results by date myself.
Any idea if this is already available and I'm just missing it?
Steve Jones
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Not available, but I've asked for this as well.

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