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I use the SQLite.NET ORM wrapper (github) for SQLite on MonoTouch to create a database based on business objects. Works fine.
I wish to run the SQLite full text indexing command so that a full text virtual table is created. However the SQLite.Net ORM doesn't support that directly. Is there a way to create an index using other commands on MonoTouch?
The SQL to create a Full Text Index is just:
CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE "MyTable" USING FTS3 (
"ID" INTEGER PRIMARY KEY,
insert into MyTable (Level,Title,Body)
Select Level,Title,Body from SomeOtherTable;
drop table SomeOtherTable;
You might be able to use the Sqlite bindings in our class libraries, and just execute that SQL statement.
Otherwise I'd suggest asking the SQLite.NET ORM wrapper project for ideas, they will likely know more about this.
Here is an ORM that works with Sqlite