The database should always have a full text index in place when it's set up, but you can easily check that.
In recent projects I've been using Jesse Gallagher's frostillicus framework.
The fulltext update frequency on that NSF is set to "immediate", and the result is that the fulltext index is never updated automatically when there were changes to documents via XPages/Web.
After I made some change via Notes the updater runs after some seconds and the ft index is being updated just fine.
Source : lntoolbox.com/en/notesini-reference/bycategory/27-indexing/… There is probably some new INI setting but getting admins to do this is frustrating, so best thing to do is to get the database updated manually using lotusscript or java.
You can peruse the full list or search for data formats and file extensions based on the letter they start with from the table below.I notice that the Basic Document Controller class updates the full text index on save of each document, with this code: UPDATE_FULLTEXT_THREAD=1 is already in place.I added database.update FTIndex(false) after saving a document and will test if that speed up things.Lotus Domino is an IBM server product that provides enterprise-grade e-mail, collaboration capabilities, and a custom application platform.Domino began life as Lotus Notes Server, the server component of Lotus Development Corporation's client-server messaging technology.