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Fulltext-search with field as searchvalue

Posted on 2013-06-20
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Hi
I have the following code:
SELECT *,
(SELECT TOP 1 Datum FROM foOfferte_M1 B 
WHERE Kundennummer = 5 and B.Baustelle = A.Baustelle 
ORDER BY datum DESC) AS DatumOfferte
FROM foBaustellen_M1 A WHERE KundenLaufnummer = 5

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It works but it is very slow. The field Baustelle is NTEXT-datatype. I tried to create a fulltextindex but this doesn't speed up the query.

is there another way to speed up or do query that data?
Thanks, Peter
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Try this?

SELECT A.col1
     , A.col2
     , A.col3
     , MAX(Datum) as Datum
  FROM foBaustellen_M1 A 
        LEFT OUTER JOIN foOfferte_M1 B 
    ON B.Baustelle = A.Baustelle 
   AND B.Kundennummer = 5 
 WHERE A.KundenLaufnummer = 5
 GROUP BY A.col1
        , A.col2
        , A.col3

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