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How to encrypt column data which is configured for full text search?


How to encrypt column data which is configured for full text search?

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I like to know is there any way where I can encrypt the column data which is already configured for Full-Text search using SQL Server 2005.

Or Is there any way where we can get the input document once after it passed thro appropriate IFilter(after getting tokenized) & then we can apply some encrypt algorithm before storing it in a table using SQL Server 2005? So that while using any full text search query, no need to decrypt since all the tokens are already in an decrypted format, only thing is data in a table(column) will be encrypted for security reason.

Or Is there any method inside SQL Server 2008? Or any IFilter(free or charged) which can take ZIP file as input which allows to run full text search query with data encryption option? Thanks in Advance!!!

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