- Full Description
Businesses today want actionable insights into their datathey want their data to reveal itself to them in a natural and userfriendly form. What could be more natural than human language? Naturallanguage search is at the center of a storm of everincreasing webdriven demand for humancomputer communication and information access. SQL Server 2008 provides the tools to take advantage of the features of its builtin enterpriselevel naturallanguage search engine in the form of integrated fulltext search (iFTS). iFTS uses textaware relational queries to provide your users with fast access to content. Whether you want to set up an enterprisewide Internet or intranet search engine or create less ambitious naturallanguage search applications, this book will teach you how to get the most out of SQL Server 2008 iFTS:
- Introducing powerful iFTS features in SQL Server, such as the FREETEXT and CONTAINS predicates, custom thesauruses, and stop lists
- Showing you how to optimize fulltext query performance through features like fulltext indexes and iFilters
- Providing examples that help you understand and apply the power of iFTS in your daily projects
What youll learn
- Harness the power of iFTS for your applications
- Administer iFTS catalogs and indexes
- Use new iFTS features such as stop lists and iFTSbased dynamic management functions
- Optimize and tune iFTS queries
- Implement languageaware, naturallanguage searches for data
- Simplify searches of structured and unstructured content
Who this book is for
The audience for this book includes SQL Server, SQL and TransactSQL developers, and also .NET developers, who want to take advantage of the integrated fulltext search (iFTS) functionality available in SQL Server 2008.
- Source Code/Downloads
If you think that you've found an error in this book, please let us know by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org . You will find any confirmed erratum below, so you can check if your concern has already been addressed.On page 27:
You say that in Book_Content and Book_Name should be selected as column for the full text index but the 'Book_Name' does not exists?
Do you have an updated sql script providing the correct columns or is your book not describing the correct info?
On page 66:
Not an error but invalid results i.e. results don't match prints in book.
Returns 2 row in book but only returns one row in SQL
Query is correct
NOTE: This is not the first query where this is happening!!