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Repopulate Catalog is greyed out in SQL Server 2005

Posted on 2007-03-21
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I recently upgraded from SQL 2000 to SQL 2005.  Rebuild and repopulation of the Full-Text Catalog worked fine, but now, the Repopulate button is greyed out in the Microsoft SQL Manager, and I cannot figure out how to setup a repopulate schedule.  Seems like a bug to me?   Running Windows 2003...
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Ved Prakash Agrawal earned 500 total points
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please try to use using system sp.

EXEC sp_fulltext_catalog 'catalogname', 'start_full'
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