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Syntax for createing a FULLTEXT CLUSTERED INDEX SQL 2005

Posted on 2007-12-04
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CREATE CLUSTERED FULLTEXT INDEX ON Items ( ItemName Language 0X0 ) KEY INDEX ItemKey_Index ON MyItemsCatalog WITH CHANGE_TRACKING AUTO
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You haven't given us your error message.

But basically there is no such thing as a fulltext clustered index.

You can have a fulltext index which is used for text searches (CREATE FULLTEXT INDEX)

or you can have a clustered index, which gives the rows a physical order. (CREATE CLUSTERED INDEX)


You can't have both.

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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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you cannot have a CLUSTERED FULLTEXT, it is either CLUSTERED or FULLTEXT
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