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Unabel to crawl/search multiple tables (external database sQL) in SP 2010

Posted on 2011-02-25
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hi everyone,

I was able to crawl a table (from an external SQL database) via SP 2010 and search it and it works great. However, I wanted to have SP crawl multiple tables from that same database and it's not happening. For some reason, it only returns results from that 1 table. I've checked the ECT settings and they have CRUD permissions on all the tables. I don't know what to do.

Any ideas??? thanks!


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One ECT corresponds to one Entity. Unless you have a View in ECT which gets data from multiple tables by using SQL Join inside the view Or a SQL query with multiple joins to view the data.

This view or a query with join will be helpful for only reading data and you may not be able to do CRUD operations on that.

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