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DROP FULLTEXT STOPLIST (Transact-SQL)

Drops a full-text stoplist from the database.

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Important noteImportant

CREATE FULLTEXT STOPLIST is supported only for compatibility level 100. For compatibility levels 80 and 90, the system stoplist is always assigned to the database.


DROP FULLTEXT STOPLIST stoplist_name
;

stoplist_name

Is the name of the full-text stoplist to drop from the database.

DROP FULLTEXT STOPLIST fails if any full-text indexes refer to the full-text stoplist being dropped.

Requires CONTROL permission on the stoplist.

NoteNote

The stoplist owner can grant CONTROL permission on the list. By default, the user who creates a stoplist is its owner. The owner can be changed by using the ALTER AUTHORIZATIONTransact-SQL statement.

The following example drops a full-text stoplist named myStoplist.

DROP FULLTEXT STOPLIST myStoplist;

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