SQL Server 2005: Enabling Full-Text Search in your Text Data

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Full-Text search allows you to save large portions of text — even Microsoft Word documents, or other file formats — into your database and perform complex queries based on this textual data while expecting great performance. This lesson demonstrates how to set up Full-Text search paying particular attention to the nuances of setting it up within SQL Server Express. Then we move to creating full-text indexes, configuring the index population settings, and performing queries that demonstrate the power of the CONTAINS predicate and its many, many variations.

Date: 14 November 2006

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Tags: Frameworks, Databases, Microsoft, MSSQL, Search, ASP.NET, .NET Framework, SQL Server 2005 for Beginners, FTS, Full-Text Search