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Hi,

I have to implement full text search on sql server  tables. It is already implemeted on a column(EmpName) in one of the table Employee. I need to swich to a different column(Resume) and also needs to implement on two new tables.

Could any one help me out on this. Here is the existing stored proc.
ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[SearchFullTextContent] 
@paramQuery nvarchar(200)
AS
BEGIN
	-- SET NOCOUNT ON added to prevent extra result sets from
	-- interfering with SELECT statements.
	SET NOCOUNT ON;
 
    -- Insert statements for procedure here
	select empID from Employee
	where  freetext(Employee.EmpName, @paramQuery) 
END

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I went through the above link. Here is the my questions :

1) For enable full text search for different table do i have to create new catalogs for all new tables.
2) After creating the full text index on columns, Do I have to do anything for Full text search implementation.
3) How can I test that it is working as expected.
4) Is there any performance improvement that I can do on this?


Please help me with this.

Thanks.
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>1) For enable full text search for different table do i have to create new catalogs for all new tables.
Since you already have a catelog, you dont really need to create another one, anyway creating one wont be so bad
>2) After creating the full text index on columns, Do I have to do anything for Full text search implementation.
You need to populate the data, right clicking on the table, scrollig over full text index and selecting "start full population"
>3) How can I test that it is working as expected.
Check the execution plans using a 'LIKE' statement and a FREETEXT/CONTAINS statement
4) Is there any performance improvement that I can do on this?
Full text indexes guarentee faster dataretrieval on varchar / txt columns
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Thanks for your quick help.
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