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Ignoring punctuation in full text search

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1) Is there a way to set up a full text search to ignore punctuation?

2) Is there a way for a full text search to give higher priority to a certain field when ranking the results?
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1. Add punctuation to your stopword list?
2. In general not really.  You can create separate full-text indexes on each field then search first one field then another and sort the rows like that, but otherwise I don't know of a built-in way to do it.  MySql returns full-text rows based on it's relavence estimation and not what field contained the data for that row.
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