void ixCreateIndex( OnixIndexManagerT IndexManager,OnixFileSpecT File, IndexModeT IndexMode, StatusCodeT *Status)
IndexManager: The Index Manager created with ixCreateIndexManager.
File: The full path to the index you wish to create.
IndexMode: The kind of index you wish to create.
Status: A pointer to a value of type StatusCodeT representing any error conditions.
If an error occurred, Status will be set to the error number.
The simplest way to create an index is by calling ixCreateIndex. Simply pass it the path to your index and the index mode.
The index mode tells Onix whether you want to keep track of word position as well as what record each word occurs in. Only keeping track of records makes your index considerably smaller. However by keeping track of word position you can perform phrase and proximity queries.
The options are
||Keeps track of only record information
||Keeps track of word and record information
||Keeps partial track of word information as well as full record information
ixCreateIndexEx, ixDeleteIndexCreationParams, ixResetIndexCreationParams, ixSetIndexCreationParams