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Disable word stemming, declensions, conjugations in sql server 2005 freetext search

Posted on 2007-03-20
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Lots of confusion with new SQL Server 2005 freetext search.
This is my most recent problem:

<< SELECT Txt FROM Table1 WHERE  CONTAINS , ' "ANAESTHETIKUM*" ')  >>
finds also Txt Columns with "ANAESTHETIKA" inside.

This is probably a word stemming problem in german language.
But  isnt this kind of search ment to have a syntax like
"Select * from TableName where CONTAINS(*,'FORMSOF(INFLECTIONAL,ANAESTHETIKA)')"

Is this done because I have a default full-text language of German?
How can I disable all that stuff?

Thanks for any light...
duke63
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Thanks EugeneZ,
(sorry for the late response)
I've  allready read these pages but could not find a reason for this behavior?
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