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Posted on 2011-03-10
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Stupid question, but how can I tell if a FULLTEXT INDEX exists on a table?
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by:Daniel_PL
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USE <your db name>
SELECT * FROM sys.fulltext_indexes
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Oh, you wanted table name, sorry:


SELECT t.name AS TableName, c.name AS FTCatalogName, OBJECT_NAME(i.object_id), i.is_enabled
FROM sys.tables t JOIN sys.fulltext_indexes i
  ON t.object_id = i.object_id
JOIN sys.fulltext_catalogs c
  ON i.fulltext_catalog_id = c.fulltext_catalog_id

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by:MariaHalt
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Perfect!  Thanks.
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