If you are using the MySQL database system and MyISAM tables, a very simple Django search interface exists automatically. This is a feature builtin to the Django ORM layer that allows you to perform boolean full-text searches directly from a
filter() method call on any
The only caveat to this is that you must build a full text index on the columns you want to search. This is a one-time step, but it's by far the easiest way to get search up and running on your Django application.
The ORM search syntax looks like this:
>>> results = Product.objects.filter(name__search='+cranberry -sauce')
Note the use of
- characters, which act as operators to explicitly define the search criteria. This is a boolean search, ...