Learn how to enable or disable full text search for a specific database on a SQL Server instance where the Full Text Search components have been setup.
Searching for data in a database is something we all do constantly, but few of us use the Full-Text Search features of SQL Server. Yousef Ekhtiari brings us a look at how you can get around some of the limitations of this feature and possibly use it in your application.
Are you considering upgrading from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005? Are you using Full-Text Search? One of the top SQL Server consultants in New York walks us through an interesting issue that you might want to consider before migrating your databases.
This is the second of a two-part article that explores the language features of SQL Full-text Search (SQL FTS), an component of SQL Server 7 and above that allows fast and efficient querying of large amounts of unstructured textual data. Part I dealt with index time language options, covering how words or tokens are broken from the text stream emitted from the iFilters and stored in the index.