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Revert the Word Breakers Used by Search to the Previous Version

SQL Server 2014 installs and enables a version of the word breakers and stemmers for all languages supported by Full-Text Search with the exception of Korean. This topic describes how to switch from this version of these components to the previous version, or to switch back from the previous version to the new version.

This topic does not discuss the following languages:

  • English. To revert or restore the English components, see Change the Word Breaker Used for US English and UK English.

  • Danish, Polish, and Turkish. The third-party word breakers for Danish, Polish, and Turkish that were included with previous releases of SQL Server have been replaced with Microsoft components.

  • Czech and Greek. There are new word breakers for Czech and Greek. Previous releases of SQL Server Full-Text Search did not include support for these two languages.

  • Korean. The word breaker and stemmer for the Korean language are not upgraded in this release.

For general information about word breakers and stemmers, see Configure and Manage Word Breakers and Stemmers for Search.

The instructions for reverting and restoring word breakers and stemmers depend on the language. The following table summarizes the 3 sets of actions that may be required to revert to the previous version of the components.

Current file

Previous file

Number of affected languages

Action for files

Action for registry entries

NaturalLanguage6.dll

NaturalLanguage6.dll

34

Obtain and install a previous version of NaturalLanguage6.dll, overwriting the current version of the file.

No action required.

The registry keys and values have not changed for this release.

(Other file name)

NaturalLanguage6.dll

5

Obtain and install a previous version of NaturalLanguage6.dll, overwriting the current version of the file.

Change a set of registry entries to specify the previous version of the components.

(Other file name)

(Other file name)

6

No action required.

SQL Server 2014 setup copies both the current and the previous versions of the components to the Binn folder.

Change a set of registry entries to specify the previous version of the components.

Caution note Caution

If you replace the current version of the file NaturalLanguage6.dll with a different version, then the behavior of all the languages that use this file is affected.

The files described in this topic are DLL files that are installed in the MSSQL\Binn folder for the SQL Server instance. The full path is typically the following path:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\<instance>\MSSQL\Binn

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For the languages in the following table, the file name of both the current and previous word breaker is NaturalLanguage6.dll. To revert or restore these components, you have to overwrite NaturalLanguage6.dll with a different version of the same file. You do not have to change any registry entries, because the registry entries have not changed for this release.

Caution note Caution

If you replace the current version of the file NaturalLanguage6.dll with a different version, then the behavior of all the languages that use this file is affected.

List of affected languages

Language

Abbreviation used in the registry

LCID

Bengali

ben

1093

Bulgarian

bgr

1026

Catalan

cat

1027

Spanish

esn

3082

French

fra

1036

Gujarati

guj

1095

Hebrew

heb

1037

Hindi

hin

1081

Croatian

hrv

1050

Indonesian

ind

1057

Icelandic

isl

1039

Italian

ita

1040

Kannada

kan

1099

Lithuanian

lth

1063

Latvian

lvi

1062

Malayalam

mal

1100

Marathi

mar

1102

Malay

msl

1086

Neutral

Neutral

0000

Norwegial Bokmaal

nor

1044

Punjabi

pan

1094

Brazilian Portuguese

ptb

1046

Portuguese

ptg

2070

Romanian

rom

1048

Slovak

sky

1051

Slovenian

slv

1060

Serbian - Cyrillic

srb

3098

Serbian - Latin

srl

2074

Swedish

sve

1053

Tamil

tam

1097

Telugu

tel

1098

Ukrainian

ukr

1058

Urdu

urd

1056

Vietnamese

vit

1066

The preceding table is sorted alphabetically on the Abbreviation column.

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To revert to the previous components

  1. Navigate to the Binn folder described above.

  2. Back up the SQL Server 2014 version of NaturalLanguage6.dll to another location.

  3. Copy the previous version of NaturalLanguage6.dll from the Binn folder of an instance of SQL Server 2008 R2 or SQL Server 2008 into the Binn folder of the SQL Server 2014 instance.

    Caution note Caution

    This change affects all the languages that use NaturalLanguage6.dll in both the current and previous version.

  4. Restart SQL Server.

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To restore the current components

  1. Navigate to the location where you backed up the SQL Server 2014 version of NaturalLanguage6.dll.

  2. Copy the current version of NaturalLanguage6.dll from the backup location into the Binn folder of the SQL Server 2014 instance.

    Caution note Caution

    This change affects all the languages that use NaturalLanguage6.dll in both the current and previous version.

  3. Restart SQL Server.

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For the languages in the following table, the file name of the previous word breaker is different from the file name of the new version. The previous file name is NaturalLanguage6.dll. To revert to the previous version, you have to overwrite the current version of NaturalLanguage6.dll with an earlier version of the same file. You also have to change a set of registry entries to specify the previous or current version of the components.

Caution note Caution

If you replace the current version of the file NaturalLanguage6.dll with a different version, then the behavior of all the languages that use this file is affected.

List of affected languages

Language

Abbreviation used in the registry

LCID

Arabic

ara

1025

German

deu

1031

Japanese

jpn

1041

Dutch

nld

1043

Russian

rus

1049

The preceding table is sorted alphabetically on the Abbreviation column.

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Use the following instructions together with the list of values in the section File names and registry values for reverting and restoring word breakers and stemmers.

To revert to the previous components

  1. Navigate to the Binn folder described above.

  2. Do not remove the files for the current version of the components from the Binn folder.

  3. Back up the SQL Server 2014 version of NaturalLanguage6.dll to another location.

  4. Copy the previous version of NaturalLanguage6.dll from the Binn folder of an instance of SQL Server 2008 R2 or SQL Server 2008 into the Binn folder of the SQL Server 2014 instance.

    Caution note Caution

    This change affects all the languages that use NaturalLanguage6.dll in both the current and previous version.

  5. In the registry, navigate to the following node: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\<InstanceRoot>\MSSearch\CLSID.

  6. Use the following steps to add new keys for the COM ClassIDs for the previous word breaker and stemmer interfaces for the selected language:

    1. Add a new key with the value from the table for the previous word breaker.

    2. Update the (Default) data of that key value to the file name of the previous word breaker from the table.

    3. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then add a new key with the value from the table for the previous stemmer.

    4. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then update the (Default) data of that key value to the file name of the previous stemmer from the table.

  7. In the registry, navigate to the following node: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\<InstanceRoot>\MSSearch\Language\<language_key>. <language_key> represents the abbreviation for the language that is used in the registry; for example, "fra" for French and "esn" for Spanish.

  8. Update the WBreakerClass key value to the value from the table for the current word breaker.

  9. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then update the StemmerClass key value to the value from the table for the current stemmer.

  10. Restart SQL Server.

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To restore the current components

  1. Navigate to the location where you backed up the SQL Server 2014 version of NaturalLanguage6.dll.

  2. Copy the current version of NaturalLanguage6.dll from the backup location into the Binn folder of the SQL Server 2014 instance.

    Caution note Caution

    This change affects all the languages that use NaturalLanguage6.dll in both the current and previous version.

  3. In the registry, navigate to the following node: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\<InstanceRoot>\MSSearch\CLSID.

  4. If the following keys do not exist, then use the following steps to add new keys for the COM ClassIDs for the current word breaker and stemmer interfaces for the selected language:

    1. Add a new key with the value from the table for the current word breaker.

    2. Update the (Default) data of that key value to the file name of the current word breaker from the table.

    3. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then add a new key with the value from the table for the current stemmer.

    4. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then update the (Default) data of that key value to the file name of the current stemmer from the table.

  5. In the registry, navigate to the following node: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\<InstanceRoot>\MSSearch\Language\<language_key>. <language_key> represents the abbreviation for the language that is used in the registry; for example, "fra" for French and "esn" for Spanish.

  6. Update the WBreakerClass key value to the value from the table for the previous word breaker.

  7. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then update the StemmerClass key value to the value from the table for the previous stemmer.

  8. Restart SQL Server.

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File names and registry values for reverting and restoring word breakers and stemmers

Use the following list of file names and registry entries together with the instructions in the preceding section. Use the previous values to revert to the previous version, or use the current values to restore the current version of the components.

The following listed is sorted alphabetically on the abbreviation used for each language.

Arabic (ara), LCID 1025

Component

Word breaker

Stemmer

Previous CLSID

7EFD3C7E-9E4B-4a93-9503-DECD74C0AC6D

483B0283-25DB-4c92-9C15-A65925CB95CE

Previous file name

NaturalLanguage6.dll

NaturalLanguage6.dll

Current CLSID

04b37e30-c9a9-4a7d-8f20-792fc87ddf71

None

Current file name

MSWB7.dll

None

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German (deu), LCID 1031

Component

Word breaker

Stemmer

Previous CLSID

45EACA36-DBE9-4e4a-A26D-5C201902346D

65170AE4-0AD2-4fa5-B3BA-7CD73E2DA825

Previous file name

NaturalLanguage6.dll

NaturalLanguage6.dll

Current CLSID

dfa00c33-bf19-482e-a791-3c785b0149b4

8a474d89-6e2f-419c-8dd5-9b50edc8c787

Current file name

MsWb7.dll

MsWb7.dll

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Japanese (jpn), LCID 1041

Component

Word breaker

Stemmer

Previous CLSID

E1E8F15E-8BEC-45df-83BF-50FF84D0CAB5

3D5DF14F-649F-4cbc-853D-F18FEDE9CF5D

Previous file name

NaturalLanguage6.dll

NaturalLanguage6.dll

Current CLSID

04096682-6ece-4e9e-90c1-52d81f0422ed

None

Current file name

MsWb70011.dll

None

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Dutch (nld), LCID 1043

Component

Word breaker

Stemmer

Previous CLSID

2C9F6BEB-C5B0-42b6-A5EE-84C24DC0D8EF

F7A465EE-13FB-409a-B878-195B420433AF

Previous file name

NaturalLanguage6.dll

NaturalLanguage6.dll

Current CLSID

69483c30-a9af-4552-8f84-a0796ad5285b

CF923CB5-1187-43ab-B053-3E44BED65FFA

Current file name

MsWb7.dll

MsWb7.dll

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Russian (rus), LCID 1049

Component

Word breaker

Stemmer

Previous CLSID

2CB6CDA4-1C14-4392-A8EC-81EEF1F2E079

E06A0DDD-E81A-4e93-8A8D-F386C3A1B670

Previous file name

NaturalLanguage6.dll

NaturalLanguage6.dll

Current CLSID

aaa3d3bd-6de7-4317-91a0-d25e7d3babc3

d42c8b70-adeb-4b81-a52f-c09f24f77dfa

Current file name

MsWb7.dll

MsWb7.dll

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For the languages in the following table, the file names of the previous word breakers and stemmers are different from the file names of the new versions. Neither the previous nor the current file name is NaturalLanguage6.dll. You do not have to replace any files, because SQL Server 2014 setup copies both the current and the previous versions of the components to the Binn folder. However you have to change a set of registry entries to specify the previous or current version of the components.

List of affected languages

Language

Abbreviation used in the registry

LCID

Simplified Chinese

chs

2052

Traditional Chinese

cht

1028

Thai

tha

1054

Chinese Traditional

zh-hk

3076

Chinese Traditional

zh-mo

5124

Chinese Simplified

zh-sg

4100

The preceding table is sorted alphabetically on the Abbreviation column.

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Use the following instructions together with the list of values in the section File names and registry values for reverting and restoring word breakers and stemmers.

To revert to the previous components

  1. Do not remove the files for the current version of the components from the Binn folder.

  2. In the registry, navigate to the following node: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\<InstanceRoot>\MSSearch\CLSID.

  3. Use the following steps to add new keys for the COM ClassIDs for the previous word breaker and stemmer interfaces for the selected language:

    1. Add a new key with the value from the table for the previous word breaker.

    2. Update the (Default) data of that key value to the file name of the previous word breaker from the table.

    3. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then add a new key with the value from the table for the previous stemmer.

    4. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then update the (Default) data of that key value to the file name of the previous stemmer from the table.

  4. In the registry, navigate to the following node: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\<InstanceRoot>\MSSearch\Language\<language_key>. <language_key> represents the abbreviation for the language that is used in the registry; for example, "fra" for French and "esn" for Spanish.

  5. Update the WBreakerClass key value to the value from the table for the current word breaker.

  6. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then update the StemmerClass key value to the value from the table for the current stemmer.

  7. Restart SQL Server.

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To restore the previous components

  1. Do not remove the files for the previous version of the components from the Binn folder.

  2. In the registry, navigate to the following node: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\<InstanceRoot>\MSSearch\CLSID.

  3. If the following keys do not exist, then use the following steps to add new keys for the COM ClassIDs for the current word breaker and stemmer interfaces for the selected language:

    1. Add a new key with the value from the table for the current word breaker.

    2. Update the (Default) data of that key value to the file name of the current word breaker from the table.

    3. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then add a new key with the value from the table for the current stemmer.

    4. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then update the (Default) data of that key value to the file name of the current stemmer from the table.

  4. In the registry, navigate to the following node: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\<InstanceRoot>\MSSearch\Language\<language_key>. <language_key> represents the abbreviation for the language that is used in the registry; for example, "fra" for French and "esn" for Spanish.

  5. Update the WBreakerClass key value to the value from the table for the previous word breaker.

  6. If the selected language uses a stemmer, then update the StemmerClass key value to the value from the table for the previous stemmer.

  7. Restart SQL Server.

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File names and registry values for reverting and restoring word breakers and stemmers

Use the following list of file names and registry entries together with the instructions in the preceding section. Use the previous values to revert to the previous version, or use the current values to restore the current version of the components.

The following listed is sorted alphabetically on the abbreviation used for each language.

Simplified Chinese (chs), LCID 2052

Component

Word breaker

Previous CLSID

12CE94A0-DEFB-11D2-B31D-00600893A857

Previous file name

chsbrkr.dll

Current CLSID

E0831C90-BAB0-4ca5-B9BD-EA254B538DAC

Current file name

MsWb70804.dll

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Traditional Chinese (cht), LCID 1028

Component

Word breaker

Previous CLSID

1680E7C3-9430-4A51-9B82-1E7E7AEE5258

Previous file name

chtbrkr.dll

Current CLSID

E9B1DF65-08F1-438b-8277-EF462B23A792

Current file name

MsWb70404.dll

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Thai (tha), LCID 1054

Component

Word breaker

Stemmer

Previous CLSID

CCA22CF4-59FE-11D1-BBFF-00C04FB97FDA

CEDC01C7-59FE-11D1-BBFF-00C04FB97FDA

Previous file name

Thawbrkr.dll

Thawbrkr.dll

Current CLSID

F70C0935-6E9F-4ef1-9F06-7876536DB900

None

Current file name

MsWb7001e.dll

None

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Chinese Traditional (zh-hk), LCID 3076

Component

Word breaker

Previous CLSID

1680E7C3-9430-4A51-9B82-1E7E7AEE5258

Previous file name

chtbrkr.dll

Current CLSID

E9B1DF65-08F1-438b-8277-EF462B23A792

Current file name

MsWb70404.dll

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Chinese Traditional (zh-mo), LCID 5124

Component

Word breaker

Previous CLSID

1680E7C3-9430-4A51-9B82-1E7E7AEE5258

Previous file name

chtbrkr.dll

Current CLSID

E9B1DF65-08F1-438b-8277-EF462B23A792

Current file name

MsWb70404.dll

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Chinese Simplified (zh-sg), LCID 4100

Component

Word breaker

Previous CLSID

12CE94A0-DEFB-11D2-B31D-00600893A857

Previous file name

chsbrkr.dll

Current CLSID

E0831C90-BAB0-4ca5-B9BD-EA254B538DAC

Current file name

MsWb70804.dll

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