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How to crawl SQL database in SharePoint 2010

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Hi,

How does one crawl a SQL database?
I want to be able to go to my SharePoint site, type in a keyword in my search bar, and have SharePoint crawl a SQL database and return desired search results.

Are various webparts going to have to be made? Like the profile page for a search results instance, is that going to require code to retrieve the information we want to see???

Thanks in advance.
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