Click here to Skip to main content
15,902,198 members
Home / Discussions / Database
   

Database

 
AnswerRe: View might cause corruption? Pin
Pete O'Hanlon13-Jun-12 5:57
mvePete O'Hanlon13-Jun-12 5:57 
AnswerRe: View might cause corruption? Pin
Corporal Agarn13-Jun-12 5:57
professionalCorporal Agarn13-Jun-12 5:57 
AnswerRe: View might cause corruption? Pin
Mycroft Holmes13-Jun-12 14:52
professionalMycroft Holmes13-Jun-12 14:52 
GeneralRe: View might cause corruption? Pin
kmoorevs14-Jun-12 4:20
kmoorevs14-Jun-12 4:20 
QuestionMySQL Pin
klaydze12-Jun-12 21:54
klaydze12-Jun-12 21:54 
AnswerRe: MySQL Pin
Bernhard Hiller12-Jun-12 23:34
Bernhard Hiller12-Jun-12 23:34 
GeneralRe: MySQL Pin
klaydze13-Jun-12 1:33
klaydze13-Jun-12 1:33 
QuestionRemove a noise word in a SQL Server 2008 database Pin
Fernando A. Gomez F.12-Jun-12 13:55
Fernando A. Gomez F.12-Jun-12 13:55 
Hello all. I created a DB with a single table, with two columns enabled for full-text search. Everything works fine. However, whenever I lookup for a word ("salud", with means "health" in Spanish), it throws no results:

SQL
select id, vision, age, gender, [state], tier1
from visions
where contains(tier1, 'Salud')


Frustrated with this, I started looking on the causes. I came across an article that suggested to run a parse on the word, and so I did:

SQL
SELECT * FROM sys.dm_fts_parser (' "Salud" ', 3082, 0, 0)


This returned the following record:

0x00730061006C00750064	1	0	1	Noise Word	salud	0	Salud


So, to my dismay, "salud" is a Noise Word. I've been trying to search how to stop "salud" from being a noise word, but all I find is reference to some noisees files, which I'm unable to find in my SQL Server 2008 installation.

Thus my question: does anybody know where can I remove "salud" from being a noise word? Any clue on this matter will be reaaaally appreciated!

Thanks in advance. Best regards.
AnswerRe: Remove a noise word in a SQL Server 2008 database Pin
Bernhard Hiller13-Jun-12 0:00
Bernhard Hiller13-Jun-12 0:00 
GeneralRe: Remove a noise word in a SQL Server 2008 database Pin
Fernando A. Gomez F.13-Jun-12 5:05
Fernando A. Gomez F.13-Jun-12 5:05 
AnswerRe: Remove a noise word in a SQL Server 2008 database Pin
Eddy Vluggen13-Jun-12 1:24
professionalEddy Vluggen13-Jun-12 1:24 
GeneralRe: Remove a noise word in a SQL Server 2008 database Pin
Fernando A. Gomez F.13-Jun-12 5:06
Fernando A. Gomez F.13-Jun-12 5:06 
GeneralRe: Remove a noise word in a SQL Server 2008 database Pin
Eddy Vluggen13-Jun-12 5:48
professionalEddy Vluggen13-Jun-12 5:48 
AnswerRe: Remove a noise word in a SQL Server 2008 database Pin
Bernhard Hiller13-Jun-12 4:40
Bernhard Hiller13-Jun-12 4:40 
GeneralRe: Remove a noise word in a SQL Server 2008 database Pin
Fernando A. Gomez F.13-Jun-12 5:07
Fernando A. Gomez F.13-Jun-12 5:07 
GeneralRe: Remove a noise word in a SQL Server 2008 database Pin
Fernando A. Gomez F.13-Jun-12 5:08
Fernando A. Gomez F.13-Jun-12 5:08 
QuestionSQL Compound Primary Keys Pin
Kevin Marois12-Jun-12 11:36
professionalKevin Marois12-Jun-12 11:36 
AnswerRe: SQL Compound Primary Keys Pin
PIEBALDconsult12-Jun-12 16:45
mvePIEBALDconsult12-Jun-12 16:45 
GeneralRe: SQL Compound Primary Keys Pin
Kevin Marois12-Jun-12 18:13
professionalKevin Marois12-Jun-12 18:13 
GeneralRe: SQL Compound Primary Keys Pin
PIEBALDconsult13-Jun-12 4:10
mvePIEBALDconsult13-Jun-12 4:10 
GeneralRe: SQL Compound Primary Keys Pin
Kevin Marois13-Jun-12 6:33
professionalKevin Marois13-Jun-12 6:33 
JokeRe: SQL Compound Primary Keys Pin
Eddy Vluggen13-Jun-12 1:21
professionalEddy Vluggen13-Jun-12 1:21 
AnswerRe: SQL Compound Primary Keys Pin
Jörgen Andersson12-Jun-12 21:56
professionalJörgen Andersson12-Jun-12 21:56 
GeneralRe: SQL Compound Primary Keys Pin
Kevin Marois13-Jun-12 6:34
professionalKevin Marois13-Jun-12 6:34 
AnswerRe: SQL Compound Primary Keys Pin
Eddy Vluggen13-Jun-12 1:19
professionalEddy Vluggen13-Jun-12 1:19 

General General    News News    Suggestion Suggestion    Question Question    Bug Bug    Answer Answer    Joke Joke    Praise Praise    Rant Rant    Admin Admin   

Use Ctrl+Left/Right to switch messages, Ctrl+Up/Down to switch threads, Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right to switch pages.