void IndexWord(OnixIndexingEngineT IndexingEngine, WordTypeT *Word, StatusCodeT *Status)
IndexingEngine: Indexing engine which you obtained via the call to ixStartIndexingSession.
Word: Pointer to the Word structure which contains the word you want to index. The Word field in the Word structure contains the word you want to index. IMPORTANT NOTE: The word in Word (Word.Word) must be stored as a simple string. It does not need to be NULL terminated (Though it doesn't hurt.) The Length field in Word must be filled in with the length of the word. The other fields in Word can be ignored.
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.
ixIndexWord along with ixIncrementRecord are the core routines used for indexing the text. With ixIndexWord, you are telling the indexing engine the words you want to index for the current record. The word you want to index is passed in through the Word field of the word structure. The Length field in the Word structure must then be set to the length of the word in bytes. While there are several other fields in the Word structure, in the current version of Onix, you do not need to fill them in. If an error occurs, Status will be filled in with an error value.
ixStartIndexingSession, ixEndIndexingSession, ixIncrementRecord, ixIndexWordSpecial, ixIndexNumber, ixMakeIndexActive, ixFinalProcessIndex