The creation and population of full-text catalogs for SQL Server is a fairly simple operation. Search capabilities can be brought up quickly. Just as quickly and with little effort, catalogs can be dropped and reconfigured for better performance. Little maintenance is involved in catalogs, other than making sure that populations occur as frequently as required by users. Even the population scheduling abilities are easy to maintain, and once configured, rarely need intervention from the database administrator. Overall, SQL Server Search is an easy way to get text search capabilities up and running for any database-driven system.