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Default Problem with Index server Query

Hi All,

I have a problem regarding Index Server. I want to search a Web site with Meta Tag information. The following query searches the entire document and displays the result :
"select doctitle, filename, vpath, rank, characterization from scope() where FREETEXT(Contents, '"+txtSearch.Text +"') and filename <> 'search.aspx' order by rank desc ",
where txtSearch is a Server Control Text Box.
But I want the search to be specific to Meta Tags only.
Can anybody help me out.

Thanks & Regards,
Murthy.



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