Creates a new full-text stoplist in the current database.
In SQL Server 2008 and later versions, stopwords are managed in databases by using objects called stoplists. A stoplist is a list of stopwords that, when associated with a full-text index, is applied to full-text queries on that index. For more information, see Configure and Manage Stopwords and Stoplists for Full-Text Search.
CREATE FULLTEXT STOPLIST, ALTER FULLTEXT STOPLIST, and DROP FULLTEXT STOPLIST are supported only under compatibility level 100. Under compatibility levels 80 and 90, these statements are not supported. However, under all compatibility levels the system stoplist is automatically associated with new full-text indexes.
Is the name of the stoplist. stoplist_name can be a maximum of 128 characters. stoplist_name must be unique among all stoplists in the current database, and conform to the rules for identifiers.
stoplist_name will be used when the full-text index is created.
Is the name of the database where the stoplist specified by source_stoplist_name is located. If not specified, database_name defaults to the current database.
Specifies that the new stoplist is created by copying an existing stoplist. If source_stoplist_name does not exist, or the database user does not have correct permissions, CREATE FULLTEXT STOPLIST fails with an error. If any languages specified in the stop words of the source stoplist are not registered in the current database, CREATE FULLTEXT STOPLIST succeeds, but warning(s) are returned and the corresponding stop words are not added.
Specifies that the new stoplist is created from the stoplist that exists by default in the Resource database.
Specifies the name of a database principal to own of the stoplist. owner_name must either be the name of a principal of which the current user is a member, or the current user must have IMPERSONATE permission on owner_name. If not specified, ownership is given to the current user.
To create a STOPLIST requires CREATE FULLTEXT CATALOG permissions. The stoplist owner can grant CONTROL permission explicitly on a stoplist to allow users to add and remove words and to drop the stoplist.
Using a stoplist with a full-text index requires REFERENCE permission.