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sp_fulltext_database

SQL Server 2000

Initializes full-text indexing or removes all full-text catalogs from the current database.

Syntax

sp_fulltext_database [@action =] 'action'

Arguments

[@action =] 'action'

Is the action to be performed. action is varchar(20), and can be one of these values.

Value Description
enable Enables full-text indexing within the current database.

Important  Use carefully. If full-text catalogs already exist, this procedure drops all full-text catalogs, re-creates any full-text indexing indicated in the system tables, and marks the database as full-text enabled.

This action does not cause index population to begin; an explicit start_full or start_incremental on each catalog must be issued using sp_fulltext_catalog to populate or repopulate the full-text index.

disable Removes all full-text catalogs in the file system for the current database and marks the database as being disabled for full-text indexing. This action does not change any full-text index metadata at the full-text catalog or table level.

Return Code Values

0 (success) or 1 (failure)

Result Sets

None

Remarks

Disabling full-text indexing does not remove rows from sysfulltextcatalogs and does not indicate that full-text enabled tables are no longer marked for full-text indexing. All the full-text metadata definitions are still in the system tables. It does indicate that full-text indexing is turned off for the database and no full-text indexing activity can occur.

Permissions

Only members of the sysadmin fixed server role and db_owner fixed database role can execute sp_fulltext_database.

Examples
A. To enable a database for full-text indexing

This example enables full-text indexing for the Northwind database.

USE Northwind
EXEC sp_fulltext_database 'enable'
B. To remove all catalogs from a database

This example disables full-text indexing for the Northwind database.

USE Northwind
EXEC sp_fulltext_database 'disable'

See Also

DATABASEPROPERTY

FULLTEXTSERVICEPROPERTY

System Stored Procedures

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